La Villa Bonita Culinary Vacation

Address: Prolongacion Aniceto Villamar # 150, Tepoztlan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62520, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Prolongacion Aniceto Villamar # 150, Tepoztlan.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet


          • Room service
          • Business Services

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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 ...

          Dia de los Muertos Weekend

          A travel blog entry by esmeralda4790 on Nov 02, 2014

          19 photos

          ... caterpillar I have ever seen in my life. I'm not kidding. We thought it was a monstrous leech. It was the size of a hotdog. A HOTDOG. Incredible! We got back from our two hour walk around the town/countryside, and I took a nap and a shower. Then, we went walking around even more to see everyone for Dia de los Muertos. All of the children were carrying carved and hollowed out melons, like Americans do with pumpkins. Except the carvings don't go all the way through to the inside, these ...


          A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Dec 16, 2013

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          ... can often be seen trying to strike up a conversation on graduate programs with his future self, The Overpaid Aid Worker. 5. The New Ager The New Ager is hard to miss. She's the one dressed up in the clothes which the locals import from India to sell to the tourists as "authentic native garb" and the necklace she bought at the market with a rock pendant that a street kid found on the ground and hawked to her as a "life-force crystal." The New Ager avoids ...

          Palacio National

          A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 24, 2013

          33 photos

          ... the main stairwell and the walls of the second floor.

          In the stairwell is a mural depicting the history of Mexico from 1521 to 1930 and covers an area of 450 m

          Pyramids, Mexican Wrestling, Aveca and Tacos!

          A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Jun 25, 2013

          ... have walked around with no ill consequences - the ride home looked much safer than most of the places we've stayed - but hey, take advice from those who have been there.

          That was our whirlwind Mexico City experience in a nutshell. I'm amazed how much we packed in in three short days. Now we were going to swap the biggest city in the world for one of a bit moree familiar size - it was off to Oaxaca for two nights before heading to the coast.