Hotel Villa Antigua

Address: Carretera San Juan del Rio - Tequisquiapan Km. 11.5, Tequisquiapan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Villa
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This villa, located on Carretera San Juan del Rio - Tequisquiapan Km. 11.5, Tequisquiapan, is near Parque Tangamanga, Plaza de San Francisco, Palacio de Gobierno, and Casa Othón/Museo Othoniano.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service

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          Travel Blogs from Tequisquiapan

          Mountains, Canyons and Culture

          A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Oct 19, 2015

          2 comments, 41 photos

          ... have also survived wars with the Aztecs, French and Americans. The miners and drug cartels have come and gone with apparently little impact. These days the threats come from deforestation and a new wave of mineral exploration.

          The religion of the Tarahumara is little understood. It is a complex mix of traditional belief and Christian influence. God (who thankfully has a wife) and the Devil are seen as brothers. God created the Tarahumara from pure clay. ...

          A nibble of Queretaro; Tequis & Peña de Bernal

          A travel blog entry by mexitraveller on Jun 02, 2015

          51 photos

          ... 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. ...

          Just a bit of chill out time before.....

          A travel blog entry by baf on Apr 07, 2015

          11 photos

          ... 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 ...

          San Luis Potosi

          A travel blog entry by diekleine on Mar 02, 2015

          22 photos

          ... erwartet, letztendlich war es aber eine riesige Großstadt mit mehrspurigen Autobahnen, Einkaufsmalls und einer großen, aber auch sehr schönen Altstadt.

          Ich verbrachte den größten Teil des Nachmittags mit einem Ausflug nach San Pedro. Mein Gastgeber setzte mich am Stadtrand von San Luis Potosi ab, von wo aus eine kleine Straße über 10 km zu der ehemaligen Mienenstadt führte. 35 km in praller Sonne zu wandern war nicht ganz ohne und so war ich froh, als ...

          Super Bowl, super fit students, super rico food

          A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Feb 03, 2015

          5 photos

          ... getting an inadvertent tour of the city and probably arriving 2 minutes from where we began. Hey ho!
          It was a public holiday, as well as a street performer festival, so the city was packed with Mexican and foreign tourists, making for a brilliant atmosphere through out our time. We indulged in a bit more culture, visiting Diego Rivera's childhood home and the old prison turned city museum. However, we aren't ashamed to admit that 3 main highlights were ...