City Express Morelia
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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Today, I went tommy favorite place, the National park of Butterflies. There were so many butterflies to see. I let my cousin borrow my camera and she took beautiful pictures of the butterflies. The day was just extremely fresh and beautiful. We stayed there for hours just walking around or sitting on the ground staring at the butterflies.
... pregnant females fly north at the spring equinox. They lay their eggs on milkweed which the caterpillars eat, then become cocoons and then emerge in May to continue north. Come the next fall it starts all over again.
At this time of year the butterflies are still way up high. They come down the mountains as it gets warmer. They say the best time to see them is in February when its warm ...
... that form a rectangle. Shops is a bit of an overstatement in that these were shops that measured perhaps 15-20 feet across and then the small ones might be no deeper than that and the larger ones might be twice that deep. Many small ones didn't let people in...you just pointed and they got it for you. But the crowds were there and since many of the stores were toy stores, the kids were having a ball.
Still I am ...
... weekdays during low season and is open only on weekends. But he knew someone who rents rooms. We followed him around the corner where he stopped at nice looking house and asked if they would rent a room to us. No, not tonight. A lady selling tamales on the next corner came over and walked us to a guy who's family rents cabanas (cabins), located just outside of town. The cabins usually rent for 700 pesos but they took Dave's offer of 250 pesos. ($22.50) Fine. ...
... of early settlers, the Spanish, the independence and the revolution. It was a great show ending outside the cathedral with another huge firework display while the town's anthem was being played over and over again. After the excitement of the parade, there was just time for an ice cream before bed. The next morning, after a delightful breakfast of tortillas and kidney beans in the hotel, we headed out on our final bus journey of our trip to Mexico City!