Hotel Villa Antigua
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I traveled with my sister and so, I am in a lot of the photos this time ... no selfies LOL
I will let the photos guide me to tell you the story ... and it starts like this;
We left Mexico city to Tequisquiapan by bus on Friday by 1 pm more or less. The exit to Queretaro is on the North side of Mexico City. We took the bus at the Tepotzotlan bus station. It seems to me that buses depart between every half hour to every hour. ...
... to reach the top.Only issue would be the coming down,since there's no rope or chain provided where you could grab onto and come down definitely easier.
So I gave up the idea and opted to go back down and drink a lovely fresh coconut.
Down in the little town we had some great desajuno which included black tortilla with every filling you'd love to.
After gone back to the hotel and a little deep in the pool and more food and drinks and ice creams ...
... and my host served me a big salad for dinner, which was nice after weeks of only eating tacos. He had invited his brother, who wanted to help me with my plannings for the next days. Huasteca Potosina is not well known, at least not by foreign tourists. While I had stayed at this region I had only met Mexicans. This is the advantage of secret places. The disadvantage is that I could hardly find any information about transportation, etc. So my trip became a little ...
... particular order, we love all of our favourites equally):- Some nameless delicacy from the top of the Pipila monument... So juicy! So tasty! So filling! So satisfying!- Watching the SuperBowl in a busy bar, taking advantage of the offer of an ice bucket of 5 beers for £5. Twice. Daisy even got into the game (during the second bucket, anyway)-3 course breakfasts at our superb hostel, Casa de Dante. Cooked by Dante's mum they included, fruit, juice, chilaquiles, ...
... balloon and bubble sellers and I pass a Dr Simi pharmacy complete with dancing mascot outside. The museum of masks is home to an amazing collection of traditional costumes and masks used in Mexican folk dancing and I while away a happy hour or so admiring the displays and playing hide and seek with the custodians to avoid paying a photography fee. The weather is beautiful and I head back out onto the streets towards the Calzada de Guadelupe, a long ...