Posada La Hacienda

Address: 120 Raul Quintero, Tapalpa, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 120 Raul Quintero, Tapalpa.
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Travel Blogs from Tapalpa

Guadalajara Jalisco... By Irvis

A travel blog entry by mlavinofficial on Aug 09, 2014

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... fries with chili and salsa inglesa.

Other amazing activity that enjoyed a lot was to go agave fields I felt really amazed when the guide explain all the information about how is made Tequila, the guide told us other interesting thing, behind of the agave fields there is a volcano whose provide the nutrients for field and it is a benefit for the ...

Triathlon and Getting Lost in Tapalpa

A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Aug 02, 2014

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... the road turned into a dirt road, with pot holes so big that… well, I think that day the car lost a lot of value. When we reached the next village after going through backcountry roads after approximately 45 minutes, we asked someone else. He too had no idea where the event was, but he knew for sure it was nowhere around that place where we were. So we turned around. Well, we asked about 15 people, all of who had no idea as to where the event was. After driving around lost ...

Viva la Mexico

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Feb 26, 2014

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... photos of Peurto Vallarta from the 1960s to now and the development changes to the skyline. Sobering a small fishing village is now unrecognisable.We park ourselves unde an umbrella with 2 deckchairs infrony of restaurant where the cost of a drink means we can stay comfortable under the shade. No matter as we ordered nachos and I had my first margarita in Mexico, yum. A swim in the ocean to cool off and we spent a few hours enjoying the vibe and watching people and families ...


A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Feb 01, 2014

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... hotels around a large pile of rubble sit only slightly back from beach. A hurricane or earthquake (depends who you talk to) in the mid 1980's along with a resulting explosion in the kitchen has lain waste to the complex. Too difficult and costly to demolish or fix, it sits as a blight, the jungle not yet swallowing it up like it has the ruins of other ancient civilizations. But all good things must come to an end I suppose and my little paradise is about ...

A beauty from the air!

A travel blog entry by claudetheriault on Mar 02, 2013

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Before landing, we could view all the city illuminated at night. It was...I don't have any words to describe it! Amazing is not enough. Magical would be a better fit but still! So, we landed at 11:15PM there (12:15 PM ET), fifteen minutes earlier that what it was scheduled. But there I had little problems with the Mexican customs and my two cans of pure Quebecer ...

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