Hotel Avandaro Club de Golf & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Valle de Bravo
Today we decided to go on a day trip to Valle de Bravo. We'd heard it was one of Mexico's Pueblo Magico's, of which there are around 85, and that it was in a beautiful valley at the edge of a lake. Contrary to online advice we didn't manage an early start and we paid for this at the station.
We made our way from Condesa to Mexico's western bus station, Central de Poniente, and arrived at around 10:30, just in time to have missed ...
... a teen boy from Minneapolis.) I left the B&B at 9:30 am, after a delicious breakfast. Joel's dad, who spoke no English, drove me the 40 minutes to the bus station. It was easy to get the bus back to Mexico. This time, I remembered to get the senior discount! The bus was quite luxurious. They give you a bag lunch and drink. It was very clean and new and the seats even have a leg rest that folds down! I wish airplanes would have ...
... tickets which was good because Mexico’s Ticketmaster has no
scheme of limiting tickets so everything is annoyingly but predictively snapped
up by touts in a matter of seconds. The
game had been scheduled for a 2.30 kick off on a Wednesday afternoon, which I
couldn’t for the life of me work out, as it didn’t really fit in with New
Zealand’s TV schedule and Europeans probably wouldn’t care, but I was later
told it was to reduce traffic as ...
... we Skyped with Leah before calling it a night. The next morning, I ignored any concern about impending potty breaks as we all enjoyed freshly squeezed orange juice and a breakfast quesadilla. The drive was pleasant. We sang lots of songs together. I sang as much of the Widjiwagan song book as I could remember. When the kids took the lead, we dove into Christmas Carols. Imagine “Silent Night” sung in ...
... exclaimed - "Look at all the people - it must be locally popular!" We were the only non-residents there - no one spoke english. We just did the best we could and ordered what everyone else was having. And it was good - very good. Fresh hot tortillas - they would take the cold and replace with new hot ones. Very active place - a man went by with a tray and Bill says - "that's not a hog skull (what we thought we ...