Arbol Grande

Av. Madero Pte. 1670, Morelia, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 58190, Mexico | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... It was formerly a convent. It used to hold the best known market of the city. Dating from the second half of the 16th c, the church is dedicated to Saint Mary of Grace.

Next stop was the Jardin Rayon (de la Soteranna). This was another small gem of a garden. All of these park areas are kept in very good condition, a credit to municipal workers.

We walked by the Church of Christ the King. Unfortunately its doors were locked. More hosptiable was the ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... the usual mariachi musicians to come about. Miguel said he did not like this particular Mexican tradition.

It was a 30M crossing, highlighted by the butterfly fisherman. At this time of the day, it was only a show for those aboard. As Miguel put it, they were fishing for money 5 MP.

We docked at Janitzio and decided to climb first and eat thereafter. The climb toward the Morelos statue ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... do the photos of the day component. Bagged out c 2345.

The Yolihuani Posada is nice. The room is spacious. There are modest grounds to sit about and chill. It is secure: we have three keys. Only complaint would be a fixed 0900 brekkie. Thereafter we will do a town tour with a local guide to get some insight.

The best part of the town was the lack of tourists. Perhaps two dozen were seen in the course of the day. We are off the beaten track for at least two days.



A travel blog entry by minicooper


... she lived with Diego Rivera for a number of years. The museum is really nicely laid out, a mixture of rooms displaying paintings and rooms left as they would have been when they lived there. There was also a temporary exhibition on put together by Vogue about Frida's style and stylists who have taken inspiration from her look and her work. For lunch we went to the Mexican version of Little Chef, which was actually pretty nice, and ...


This hotel, located on Av. Madero Pte. 1670, Morelia, is near Tarascas Fountain, Conservatorio de las Rosas, The Cultural House (Casa de Cultura), and Villa Longin.
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