Hotel El Tepetate
Travel Blogs from Tepoztlan
... This is certainly a town for people that enjoy hilly walks! The streets are lined with shop after shop selling various silver produce, and I am happy to make a purchase. I experience my first Halado (ice cream) shop which is amazing and has the broadest offering of flavours. I have tequila with Mango, chili and lime, and then Piņon with rose petal. Both combinations are delicious! We enjoy the evening in the city, before heading ...
... catch our attention with their unmistakable flute and drum ...
... I added a Visa gift card for $100 US. I carried my valuables in a silk money belt tied around my waist. “Use the hotel safe,” I was told, as apparently you can’t even trust the hotel staff.
All of this negative publicity frightened me, and more than once I thought about calling off the trip. I even bought the kind of traveler’s insurance that let’s you cancel for any reason at all. Once my plans were in place, ...
... it was back to our room for a nice hot bath and to attempt to dry ourselves out, not to mention my leather sandels which have had to have the hairdryer treatment but are still soaked, will have to give them another go later as we will need to pack the bags tonight as we have a 6.15am pickup. NOT GOOD but it does mean we get to our next location during the morning.
Time is now 6.55pm so are off out in search of dinner and a beer after another eventful ...
Teoteluthucan – and that's neither the correct spelling nor the correct pronunciation (but good try there, Spanish is tough hey? You think you’ve got it and then you find people staring at your blankly or speaking slowly and loudly and making exaggerated arm movements. Post script here – I lost the Miami hotel attendant when I asked for the directions to the Mall. I should have said the Maaauuuulll. Anyway, let’s get back to it ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility