Hotel & SPA Posada del Valle
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
Today was another day of doing very little. Mostly just planning out the next week of activities and resting and saving money. Due to the hot weather we seem to be tired a lot and we sleep late. Also the Mexican food has dealt me a pretty rough stomach for the last few days so venturing too far from the hotel is not a great idea. Although we did have a walk in the direction of the Zocalo, Bobbie looked ...
... into getting wet and cooling off, we decided to check out a museum. The museum was ok, not great, I got in trouble for taking photos and also leaning on a wall. There was lots of weird ****, like videos of stuff that made no real sense, like a girl standing in front of a tree blowing in the wind, the top of the Empire State Building at night, a guy holding a string blowing in the wind, or heat waves coming off different objects in ...
... pyramid we've ever seen. We spent all day and could not get enough of this amazing place.We had the opportunity to try Mexican food, and all its variations from the very first moment. And now we are in love withg it. After some time you realize that actually everything revolves around tortillas, served and eaten entirely with everything, everywhere and anytime. Varies only and chili ingredients that people tear their way into everything. After a few days we moved ...
... one of the most impressive Mexican cities once home to 125000 people, covering an area of 20 km2 for 500 years. We stopped along the way at a cactus and obsidian factory where we bought some obsidian and drank fermented cactus juice 'pulqua’ it was different I’m not sure I’d drink it again. Really it’s just like tequila but made from a different type of cactus, we were also taught how to really have a Tequila shot, forget ...