La Villa Bonita Culinary Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... on the top of a pyramid. I said no but am happy to listen. He then said his goodbyes and I made my way back down the Pyramid which was even worse as my knees felt like they might give way. I would much prefer the quad burn on the way up. At the bottom I was continually approached by local people selling there crafts. You get very good at saying No Gracias. We hopped back in the van and headed for the city. I fell asleep on the way back to my hotel. I was exhausted! I returned to ...
... the rains came back, However we were greeted with a disappointing, but nonetheless amazing sight. Billions of butterflies were sheltered like thousands of swarms of bees in the leaves of the trees. We discovered that butterflies are like penguins, and take turns to go on the outside of the colony protecting the others from the cold and the wet. We saw none flying but saw hundreds just dropping down dead as they gave their lives on the outside for their ...
... the next food
vendor I had a burrito. The burrito was sauteed squash flowers, onions,
beans and cheese, drizzled with salsa and wrapped in a flour tortilla.
At the next place I had a taco with pork and green mole sauce. Mole is
famous for having at least ...