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El Tepozteco is a hill located in Tepoztlán, a small magical town 1 hour and a half away from Mexico City, in the state of Morelos.
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And here you can learn a bit about the legends that surroun the hill El Tepozteco, because of course it is greatly connected to our ancient cultures history:
... nobody slept well. Saturday, we all woke up slowly and decided to have a little walk around the town. Pablo lead the way (he is familiar with the town.) We saw so many beautiful things. We walked around the neighborhoods, we saw really nice, gated houses, and we saw a lot of land. We walked through a beautiful cemetery where a lot of stuff was happening for Dia de los Muertos. All of the graves were above ground/raised. People had decorated the graves with flowers and keepsakes and ...
... to his shape? He's The Veteran and one thing's for sure: when he first came through town, that's when "travel was real, man." Although his glory days are behind him, and he has a reason for disliking every culture on earth, The Veteran is good for a few amusing stories involving the "good ol' days." But be careful: he's not in any hurry to get anywhere, so you could be in for a long night. 4. The Idealist A young, doe-eyed recent college grad, The ...
... part of the building. The central door leads to the main patio which is surrounded by Baroquearches. Only the balustrade of this area has been remodeled, conserving themurals by Diego Rivera ...
... before the match. During the match, the amount of food and souvenir vendors walking around is incredible. I got a litre of Corona for $5 and some Doritos and popcorn for cheap. Tickets were super cheap: $150 pesos each. We definitely got ripped off on the taxi ride home ($150 pesos) but we had read on Trip Advisor it was a dangerous part of town so we didn't want to walk around aimlessly for too long, looking for a cab off the streets. In retrospect we ...