La Huerta Golf & Hotel

Address: Privada Juan Blanca # 2501-A, Cholula, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 72762, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Privada Juan Blanca # 2501-A, Cholula, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Cholula


    A travel blog entry by salsero on Sep 12, 2011

    ... pyramid. The church on top of the pyramid is in itself nothing special, but the view is still very amazing. Unfortunately, due to the low cloud cover I wasn't able to see the famous volcano, Popo, something I was really hoping to see and photograph for myself. Behind the pyramid was a mercado with some tarped shops as well as a number of eateries. One man whom was offering samples of his bread, which I was not ...

    Volcanoes, Quesedillas, Waterfalls and Chameleons

    A travel blog entry by mybigtoe on Oct 22, 2010

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    ... I didn't have to worry about not getting wet, though it was very slippery in some places.

    After we got down, we carried on down the mountain, stopping at Amecameca market to walk around while Itzel's dad went to meet someone.
    Walking around the market, many sweet items and alcoholic shots were pushed on us. I ended up buying the mexican equivalent of fudge, and looking at video games.

    We then walked up to the church, which ...

    In de ban van Ruines en Vulkanen

    A travel blog entry by martenijzerman on Mar 02, 2010

    36 photos

    We zijn in de ban van ruines en vulkanen. Om rond Mexico City te gaan hebben we op advies van mensen voor de zuid-kant gekozen. Dit blijkt een goede keuze. Via allerlei hele kleine wegen banen we ons een weg door een toch aardig druk bewoond gebied.

    We komen door mooie kleine dorpjes welke nog de orginele bestrating hebben wat er zo mooi uitziet maar zo waardeloos fietst.

    Grote landbouwgebieden. Hier wordt van alles en nog wat verbouwd. ...

    Nooo! Not the archaeological sites too!

    A travel blog entry by tipperoonie on Apr 28, 2009

    39 photos

    No cases had been reported of the flu in Puebla so far. It probably added to the sense of security for us when we arrived into the city. Mexican buses are exceptional compared to choices back home. A collectivo dropped us off at the outskirts of the Centro Historico and we walked 5 blocks to the Hostel Santo Domingo for the evening. Everything in this city closed by 8 p.m. The only food options were around the plaza of the cathedral where there was a myriad ...

    Cholula, Oaxaca and Chiapas I

    A travel blog entry by ncirauqu on Apr 12, 2009

    16 photos

    Hello all!! Ok, letĘs try, how this blog works...Yeah, I am still alive : ) Just a bit lazy to write last days...I am in Chiapas already and mein Gott, how many gooloking men I am finding here...I am thinking in changing science in Rio for something here. This is king of hippie, so i could do "cestas" de la tia Carmen, or I could maybe grow potatoes...wharever ; ) So, I came to Mexico DF on Sunday after almos 12 hours of Plane (but it was nice, I was listening music and ...