VIlla Florida Hotel & Suites

Address: Av 1 entre calles 30 y 32 Colonia Dos Caminos, Cordoba, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 94550, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av 1 entre calles 30 y 32 Colonia Dos Caminos, Cordoba, is near House of Tiles (Casa de los Azulejos), Museo Antiguo Palacio de Iturbide, Mercado Tlacolula, and Iglesia de San Francisco.
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Travel Blogs from Cordoba

Tequila Tour

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Feb 15, 2014

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... 8220;3 women.” This was the best stop and the best tequila. We got to see
the whole process of how tequila is made. It started in the agave fields where the jimador or harvester uses his tool to dig up the plant that looks similar to a pineapple. The plant weighs anywhere between 10 and 100 kilograms.. It takes 7 kilograms to make one bottle of Tequila. We got to try the agave fresh and ...


A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Jan 25, 2014


Ahhh...tequila and Tequila. Strangely I had never been in my previous excursions into Mexico so it was a must see for this trip. I've been hanging out in Guadalajara and it's just an hour drive from there. I took the carretera libre (free highway) as opposed to the cuota (toll highway) because it's so close and I wanted to check out the towns close to Tequila especially Amatitan, the home of my favourite tequila, Herradura. I arrived just in time for the tour which at ...

Tequila, it makes me happy

A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Jul 31, 2010

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... of the mariachi band), which unfortunately as the guide book for once rightly suggested, had seen better days. It was quite cool seeing all the mariachis hanging out in their gear though, especially the ones dressed all in cream complete with shiny cream-coloured shoes (read some stuff and see some pictures here!

Back at the hostel, Frank the hostel-owner also suggested we visit Guanajuato next, so that plan was pretty much set in stone!

One Major lesson...

A travel blog entry by millieradosti on Jun 29, 2009

... ate with the family (except for the wife, she went out with her friends), and soon after, boarded our first overnight bus together in Mexico.
I heard two things about overnight busses, previous to taking them! Number one, overnight busses are very enjoyable. Number two, overnight busses often get robbed. Neither were true for this experience. The bus was very uncomfortable. There was no ...

The last of Cordoba...

A travel blog entry by millieradosti on May 26, 2009

... with Gema to meet her boyfriend Abraham in his city "Orizaba" They are both non believers but we grew really close in the time we spent together. On the way to his city we were caught in a crazy hail storm! It was amazing! They said that they have never seen it before! When we got to the city, it was still pouring raid so we went inside Abraham's house. I decided that I would leave my purse behind because I had my ...