La Villa Bonita Culinary Hotel

Address: Prol. Aniceto Villamar #150, Tepoztlan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62520, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Prol. Aniceto Villamar #150, Tepoztlan.
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    Travel Blogs from Tepoztlan

    The 2km climb to El Tepozteco

    A travel blog entry by mexitraveller on Jul 27, 2015

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    ... you either take a taxi or a public van to downtown Tepoztlan. We arrived around 930 am or 10, it was early and people was just starting to come out of their houses and setting up their shops. In downtown there is a main cobblestone type street that takes you all the way to the feet of the hill, from where of course you start the climb.

    I can't say this is a complicated hike because it doesn´t seem it is for a pro, but it is pretty strenuous for normal people like me, and I ...

    Tepoztlan - Magic Town

    A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 25, 2014

    31 photos

    ... in the town is excellent and we should definitely try the quesadillas made from blue corn tortillas. So we did in one of the market stands. As someone once told us, to be safe, pick the stands that have a lot of people in them and where a separate person from the cook, deals with the money. Good advice. Well we found the stand but had a hard time choosing between all the fillings that we could put in our quesadilla! Potatoes, mushrooms, onion mixture, meat, stew. So ...

    Chapultepec Park and Zoo

    A travel blog entry by thelliotts on Sep 29, 2013

    14 photos

    ... the National Palace in Zocalo. On Sundays, the street is closed to car traffic and open to pedestrians, runners, bikers and skaters. As you can imagine, with the size of this city, many were out on this gorgeous Sunday morning.

    At the end of the Reforma, which boasts amazing European-like grandiose fountains (about every kilometer) representing the glory of Mexico (and its conquest over both the Spanish and French), is a spectacular ...

    Stuck in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by ofrella on Mar 12, 2013

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    Well my flight go delayed again for 24 hours. I had spent most of my time figuring out what I was going to do in Mexico since I didn't plan this to happen. So I decided to walk around town a little bit. Most of the time, I spent eating foods like gorditas, tacos de lengua, and many other types of ...

    Getting into the swing of things!

    A travel blog entry by slw321 on Aug 19, 2012

    17 photos

    ... book (that I don’t have yet). The most useful part of the lesson was listening to how he pronounces words. He also told us that we will be watching 3 more films…..oh joy!
    Well another weekend has arrived and today I managed to get myself to Zocolo which is basically a huge square in the centre of the old part of the city. It is certainly huge and right in the middle has got to be the biggest flag I have ever seen!! Apparently they have some kind ...