Hotel Boutique Colibri

Av 5 de Mayo #58, Tepoztlan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tepoztlan

I made it to the top!

A travel blog entry by sarahguzzy

5

... were about 20 raccoons (they looked more like possums) on top of the mountain looking for any kind of food.  They didn't care if it was in your purse or in your pocket; they were going to eat it.  We were all a little afraid of them but they were actually very friendly and kind of cute.  Other people were petting and taking pictures of them.   After climbing all the way up ...

Mexico Wrap up

A travel blog entry by k.bramberger

... architecture. Either way it was also lovely, and really fun to wander around with because we wandered around with a couple of girls from the embassy who had never been their either so it was fun to all be tourists together. I bought a gorgeous woven table runner there, and we saw a neat old aquaduct too.

Last stop was Mexico City. One day of our fair there sucked, but the other one was awesome. I had some amazing steak out one night with a big group of recruiters, which ...

The Pyramids tour

A travel blog entry by onighjoy

5

... main "Sun" pyramid is massive. The length of each side of its base is about 250m and standing about 70m tall, its as big as many of the Egyptian pyramids. More impressive is that they had no metallic tools to build the structure. How in the hell do these people living 200 years AD build these things?? Climbing these pyramids isn't difficult but it also isn't easy. With the high altitude, I was breathing really heavily after every climb ...

2. Things do not go as planned

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

... a B-movie, where the swarthy Mexican guard, complete with a large mustachio and larger pistol, interrogated me in Spanish and searched my bags for contraband.

As I made my way to immigration and customs, following the signs for foreign visitors (there were just two of us in line, which surprised me as Mexico City is one of the world’s largest cities), I grew more and more nervous. Timidly, I approached the immigration desk and handed over ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97

104

... at a religious artifact store across the road where we had the opportunity to purchase rosaries, statues and medallions of the Virgin. The site is quite impressive with a church on top of the hill where the original vision was supposed to have occurred and another one at the bottom on the right built in a Moorish style where the Indian saw Mary for the second time. There are three other churches built around the square, including one finished in 1975 which houses the original cloak ...

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This hotel is located on Av 5 de Mayo #58, Tepoztlan.
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