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met the group thismorning, 1 kiwi(me) 2 poms and 11 australians. another 9-10 joining us in a few days.
left mexico city on a 4 hour bustrip out of town to morelia, a city with alot of history, culture, religion and alot more layed back than mex. city. also no smog here either
my stomach is protesting the mexican food already but …
... we were allowed to take pictures using the flash mode on our camera...You will why as soon as I'll put the photos I took!) and the house where Morelos (Mexican national hero) was born and raised. The province's name, Morelia, actually comes from Morelos. Our next stop had been once again the Rincón de la K'urhunda (remember, the restaurant where we went the Friday when we arrived). This time, I took morisqueta (typical meal from Michoacán ...
... well getting our tickets and made it as far as Toluca. From there we will turn southwest towards the coast and Acapulco.
We arrived at the bus station at dusk and so we stayed at a hotel connected to the terminal. Another spartan room; but fine and it cost the same as our night at the Hotel Juarez..$20. That's right...and beer is only $1.50!
Toluca has an enormous market as its town center with shops around ...
... splits and we took the flatter fork to the east where the surface improved. It is still narrow with no shoulder. But, at least, not so many potholes. And traffic this way was relatively light. The road winds through rolling hills and farmland, always with the mountains within eyesight.
At the entrance of Aporo, we were greeted by a huge eyesore of a sign advertising the 'Hotel' in town AND mentions 'English Spoken!' We climbed the steep main street ...
... it would cost to get us to Zitacuarro. 300 pesos was the answer and for us it was a no brainer. I am a strong believer in taking the route that is presented to you, and although Deb is only starting to get used to my trust in instincts as they apply to non conformist behaviour, both of us were extremely happy that we made this decision. The bus would have cost almost as much and we would arrive in Zitacuaro almost a half day sooner than if we had taken the bus. We ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services