Hotel Casa de la Real Aduana
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... of horchata. I really gotta do that more often.
Other than that, there wasn't much on display, and the main order of business seemed to be chillaxing...so that's what I did.
The next morning I stopped by the lakeside to check out the island scene. Isla Janitzio is supposed to be a really cool/fun island to visit, but the likes of el Burro aren't allowed on this land, ...
... was novel. It was constructed in the 17th and 18th centuries. It is 7 kilometres long and consists of 253 arches. It had curves and angled segments.
In Plaza Morelos was a statue on horseback of Jose Maria Morelos, a hero of the independence movement. Morelos and Hidalgo lead the way in tributes of the Mexican historical elite.
Found the Estadio de Fut Bol on a map. It looks about an hour's walk but we are taking cabs when we meet up with Sid at 1815. ...
... The architectural style of the building is baroque.
We entered the cathedral. A service was ongoing, including communion. I hope there will be a later visit re photo ops. Cathy, shorts in the most important church in the city?
Miguel ended the touring section at the heart of the foundation of Morelia, the former Franciscan church. It was built in 1541. Now it houses high end cultural objects for sale. I was usually either way high or way ...
... of their three principal towns.
Within sight was Lake Patzcuaro. The land around the lake is communally owned. No motorboats and the like for pleasure are allowed. The only boat traffic is basic transportation to and from the seven inhabited islands.
We walked around the main pyramid structure at Tzintzuntzan. Its striking architectural feature is rounded segments. Other pyramids in ...
... 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.