Hotel & SPA Posada del Valle
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today all of the education students went to Tepoztlan which is about 45 minutes from Cuernavaca. Our first stop after arriving in Tepoztlan was the Convento Tepoztlan. The Convento Tepoztlan was a convent built in 1521 but it as since been changed into a museum. it was neat to see the artwork painted on the walls and all of the rooms in the convent. There were also ...
... lots of market stalls selling all kinds of stuff from food, drinks, jewellery, wrestling masks, toys, souvenirs and assorted trinkets. We also saw an artist doing charactertures which we thought we would also return for after the zoo. Once we got to the zoo and got inside we were both pretty excited. All the animal enclosures looked good and the animals were well looked after. This was probably the best zoo I've been to. The highlights were the giraffes, ...
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I did not go to sleep until 4:00am last nite, I went to bed at 12:00/midnite but could not go to sleep.
That has been my sleeping pattern for the last 3 or 4 nites now...
I go to bed at about 12:00am/midnite, but do not go to sleep until about 4:00am in the morning...
I had not finished ...
... a very odd couple of hours, firstly it was not very picturesque, the water was yucky, infact James thought he saw a turtle and it turned out to be a ****! So then Tom and James were playing “ turtle or **** “ spotting in amongst the plastic. There were so many gondolas tied up – it was hard to imagine how they would have got around in high season - would have been quite comical. There was no floating gardens as promised- he just dropped us off ...
... to join Andy in climbing to the top. However, half way up the 248 steps to the peak, she gave in and Andy continued alone. From the top Andy had a great view of the surrounding mountains, as well as a great view of the citadel to the south, and El Pirámide de la Luna to the north. As silly as it sounds, the climb back down was actually worse than the climb up. When we finally made it back to the Avenue of the Dead, we carried on north to the Plaza de la Luna, which ...