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Bustamante Things to Do

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    by John195123 Written Feb 28, 2005

    I highly recommend traveling to the Grutas de Bustamante. The caves are worth a visit, though it takes an hour to hike to the entrance, unless you drive... There is a lighted section with all the formations, then about six kilometers of labyrinthian cave to explore... some tight spots and you´ll need gear. There are places to buy gear in Monterrey.

    It costs $30 pesos to enter, and there is a gentleman there who gives a tour. Wear good shoes, as the floor is slick in spots, especially on the stairs.

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    by arteimagen Written Sep 5, 2003

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    This is the Bustamante central church, inside you can found a Cristo made with local material such as palmito

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    by arteimagen Updated Sep 5, 2003

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    El Molino is the best place to swim in Bustamante, here are more than 10 pools of different levels, so make a picnic inside with broiled meat, friends and beer.

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    by arteimagen Written Sep 9, 2003

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    Favorite thing: Bustamante has a paceful way of life, and a lot of places to take photo. Walk a lot around the streets, no traffic jams can be founded here!

    la vida en Bustamante
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    by arteimagen Written Sep 5, 2003

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    Favorite thing: You never miss to taste the bustamante bread cooked on firewood. But wait, there are a lot of places where to buy these kind of bread, but just two places made it in real firewood ovens, and the flavor is very different, so ask some local to find the real bread cooked on firewood.

    Pan de le��a
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    by arteimagen Written Sep 5, 2003

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    Favorite thing: Mezcal is strong as well as Tequila. There are two places in this State where mezcal is made, and Bustamante is one of these two. Large bottles is about $4 usd, and many handcrafts gifts can be founded here. Right at the town?s entrance is the mezcal factory open to public all day. So raise the glass and make a toast!!! Salud!!!.

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