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... I saw my first sign, Roddy, about the WHS status of the central historical district. UNESCO's presence is underwhelming on that front.
Back into the cathedral for another look. A good number of people were engaged in private prayer and thoughts. The episcopal seat was transferred to Valladolid, present day Morelia, in 1580. Construction on the cathedral began in 1660. Sat for awhile listening to the organist.
Down somewhat south to the San ...
... us first to the Plaza del Carmen, opposite the hotel. He noted Morelia was a planned city. Many of its streets have a feature at their end ie Juarez, to the left outside the hotel, leads right up to the cathedral. It is also a city with many of its monuments lit up at night.
Miguel made an interesting statement about social change in Mexico. The country had socialist roots but many things, including medical care, are being privatized. He attributed same ...
... supposed to be [on me].
Back out a second time toward a quiet Plaza Grande. The sun was warm but the shade a tad cool. A section of road close to the posada was closed to allow children to ride on the road in safety.
A big queue at 0900 for our late brekkie. It was quite good, consisting of breads, coffee, juice and a plate of scrambled eggs in hot sauce and refried beans. ...
Stayed in bed until Jim's 0600 alarm. Some ablutions and wifi to start the day, heading off with Jim c 0640 for some brekkie. Opted for the bakery and three pastries 18 MP. Next stop was the 7-11 for a coffee 15MP.
There is some movie or tv shoot going on further down the street where we had dinner the first night. I was surprised not to be asked to co-star.
Back up to the room for our feast. Final packing and down to the lobby. Met Kent and Jane, more Yanks ...
... the town we have just left is built near this huge lake, which looks more like huge swamp but apparently thats how the lakes look in Mexico. On the way into town we visited a volcano that about 60 years ago buried a town in lava, the only thing still standing and visible is the top story of a 3 story church! It was about an hour hike down to the church and it was pretty amazing once we got there. Before we walked back we bought some blue ...
- Free parking
- Pets allowed