Travel Blogs from Morelia, Mexico

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The Way You Make Me Feel, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

The Way You Make Me Feel

A travel blog entry by thelees

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... had no gaardtjie to collect fares and yell: "Kap aan, driver!".   We have enjoyed each Mexican town more than the last. Morelia was no exception. The instant we caught a glimpse of the historic centre, I fell in love!  Sometimes it's hard to ...

Best. Bus. Ever., Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Best. Bus. Ever.

A travel blog entry by jaguaru

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... the landscape out of the windows. Low income houses with tin rooves on ranches of cattle on parched mountainous land. We arrived in Morelia, and it appears the city has more wealth than Guadalajara. We took a cab to Hostel Allende which was on a ...

Morelia, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Morelia

A travel blog entry by jen8312

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... people mainly from France and Mexico. They all help me with my Spanish as my classes really weren't very good, but I'm definitely improving. Morelia is a great city with so much to do. My friend showed me round and we saw lots of cathedrals, a great ...

Mariposa, mi Amigos!, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Mariposa, mi Amigos!

A travel blog entry by jaguaru

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... sure it wasn't going to be the last time. We loaded back into the van, and began the three hour trek back to Morelia. Luis made a surprise stop though, exclaiming "Mandatory Bread!" We'd stopped at small bakery selling sweets and had ovens in the back ...

I rented an apartment, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

I rented an apartment

A travel blog entry by andy_lukes

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Hey everyone, how are you all doing? Well, I have been in Mexico for about a month now and am getting settled in. When I first got here I went to stay with the host family I lived with last time I was here. When I arrived, she sent me to live with her ...

Morelia- Belle of the Ball, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Morelia- Belle of the Ball

A travel blog entry by katertot1978

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... as always. Then I noticed that there were busses blocking the streets and that traffic was not flowing down a major Morelia thoroughfare, Avenida Madero. Thankfully, nothing menacing was taking place. A peaceful presentation by campesinos had been staged, ...

Morelia, gateway to the Monarchs, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Morelia, gateway to the Monarchs

A travel blog entry by ladydi

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We spent two nights in Morelia, a colonial city in Minochoacan, our gateway to the Monarchs. In itself Morelia is a nice enough city but next time we will stay in Patzcauro, see another entry, or closer to the Monarchs. We got to Morelia, by bus, on a ...

Over a week late, but worth the wait, Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico travel blog

Over a week late, but worth the wait

A travel blog entry by susieandisidro

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... a case of wine across an entire continent before, but this was even beyond me. The Catedral in Morelia was (at that point) the grandest I had seen in Mexico thus far. It looked especially beautiful all lit up at night (see pic). We had just missed a ...

Howdy yall, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Howdy yall

A travel blog entry by andy_lukes

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... . Let me know what you have been up to. I have been really busy lately. I am working in an English school in downtown Morelia. I find it very interesting. I have realized that just because you speak English does not mean that you can teach it! But I am ...

Heading to Morelia today, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Heading to Morelia today

A travel blog entry by baugh

Today I head to Morelia and fly out to the Estados Unidos early Friday morning. I have heard it is a beautiful city! The bus ride there is to be long. Best wishes to you all! ...

I Have Arrived, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

I Have Arrived

A travel blog entry by jen8312

I made it! After travelling for 16 hours I am here. I will stay in Morelia for the next few days whilst I do my Spanish course, which evidently is much needed as hardly anyone speaks a word of English. The weather is great, it is pretty hot and the city ...

"Before" pictures of apartment

A travel blog entry by andy_lukes

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... . Then one of the uncles came out dressed like santa. He had a present for every kid. Santa only says "ho" twice in Mexico. "Ho ho. . . ho ho. . . ho ho." The next morning we woke up really early and drove to Puerto Vallarta for a week of relaxing ...

Mexico, Guadahala, Mexico travel blog

Mexico

A travel blog entry by 1life

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Morelia, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Morelia

A travel blog entry by paulhand33

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Morelia is exalted by the Lonely Plant as the best city in the world you´ve never been. While the place took a day or two to grow on me, I´m beginning to see what they´re getting at. This university city is so full of colonial ...

Quick stop in Morelia, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Quick stop in Morelia

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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... . Wir wären noch länger geblieben, aber es gibt noch so viele andere Sachen zu sehen. Wir haben 3 Stunden in Morelia angehalten Auch ein schöne Stadt, die sehr viele koloniale Gebäude hat und noch touristisch gar nicht erschlossen ist. Wir sind dann ...

Morelia, Michoacan, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Morelia, Michoacan

A travel blog entry by aloijos

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Morelia ...

Visit to Michoacan and the Monarchs, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Visit to Michoacan and the Monarchs

A travel blog entry by ladydi

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... and fly around to seek water. Two sanctuaries are open to visitors and we went to one for the day. A 2 hour 40 minute drive from Morelia brought us to the start of the trail, where you climb about 1 1/2 miles but about1,500 feet to get to the glade ...

Pine and Eucalyptus Covered  Mountains, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Pine and Eucalyptus Covered Mountains

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... to be cookie cutter sub-divisions stretched out for acres and acres. Our road merged with others as we reached the outskirts of Morelia. Smoke belching truck traffic increased and buses and combies cut in front of us. The riding became nerve wrecking. We ...

Étape 33 - De Téquisquapan à Morélia, Morélia, Mexico travel blog

Étape 33 - De Téquisquapan à Morélia

A travel blog entry by bogit

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... VR à la fois pouvait passer. Nous touchions presque les trottoirs. Puis sur la route 43 nous sommes passés près de Morelia, ville de 13 millions d'habitants que nous visiterons demain. Nous arrivons au terrain de camping 'El Pozo Traler Park' situé ...

Stately Morelia, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Stately Morelia

A travel blog entry by lairsho

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The bus to Morelia from San Miguel took about 4 hours. Morelia is perhaps the most Spanish looking of all Mexican cities, along with Mexico City. The conquistadores wanted to build it as a tribute to Spain. The first thing we noticed was the lack of ...

Beautiful Morelia, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Beautiful Morelia

A travel blog entry by jtrail

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... , capital of the state of Michoacan. Until now I'd considered Guadalajara the most beautiful of the cities I'd seen, but Morelia outstrips it by far. Considered the most Spanish of cities, the architecture here is overwhelming. From the huge ...

July 24th 2008, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

July 24th 2008

A travel blog entry by sabrinapm

  It was a really cloudy gray day this morning.  We were going to this huge playground where we had gone the day before.  There was absolutely nobody there.  The only people who were there were venders and people sweeping with ...

Morelia: A Renaissance City in Mexico, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Morelia: A Renaissance City in Mexico

A travel blog entry by riversbeyond

Morelia ...

Backwards and Forwards, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Backwards and Forwards

A travel blog entry by jen8312

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... early because one of the girls wanted to travel but I really didn't want to leave because I absolutely loved it there. We came back to Morelia and it has been really boring so tonight I will go back to the beach for the rest of my time in Mexico. I must ...

High Road JM Morelos National Park, MP220, Mexico travel blog

High Road JM Morelos National Park

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... down Torascan soup and quesadillas. We needed something on this chilly morning and this did the trick.  The eastern outskirts of Morelia lack the hodgepodge of muffler, tire shop, and junk yards that clutter the west side. It seems more upscale…. ...

The Market, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

The Market

A travel blog entry by sabrinapm

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Today we went to the market.  It was ...

Moreila, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Moreila

A travel blog entry by sabrinapm

Monica and Paulina came and picked us up.  It took fifteen minutes for us to get back to there apartment.  There apartment is not like anything that would be in the usa or Canada.  We were happy when we got in and went to ...

Mexico, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Mexico

A travel blog entry by sabrinapm

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This morning Monique came and woke me up.  For some reason I can't remember exactly but she did.  Nobody else was up.  She was really loud so my parents woke up.  My mom said it was too early and went back to bed and my dad got ...

Adios Morelia, Morelia, Mexico travel blog

Adios Morelia

A travel blog entry by maaske

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... sadness that we have to say goodbye to Monika and Paulina.  We have had a fantastic time with them here in Morelia, thanks so much for hosting us, showing us around and translating everything.  Last night Monika's friend Onel Peralta had us ...

Spending the night with hummingbirds!, MP200, Mexico travel blog

Spending the night with hummingbirds!

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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Nov 8 Km marker 220 at 2083m/6833ft to  Km marker 200  at 2570m/8431ft 21.43 km/ trip alt 527m (ouch)/ave climb 3%/ max climb 9% We woke with the sun and found the tent was caked with ice during the cold night. We were in no hurry so waited for the sun ...

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