Comfort Inn Atlacomulco
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... as there was a Semana Santa crowd still.
I pulled in at sunset, found a cheap room, and wandered the bustling market square looking for food. For some reason I tend to avoid street-stall food, but every time I do partake, I love it. Tonight was one of those nights. For about $2 I had a full plate of perfectly seasoned and grilled carne asada, tacos, quesadillas and a ...
... disappointing. Took rain gear but not needed. Off shortly after 1815.
Sid arranged a convoy of three taxis. As it turned out, our ducat, taxi to and collectivo back cost us just 100 MP. It was a longer ride than expected but this was a big game with lots of traffic headed to the stadium. One interesting way intersecting traffic is dealt with: the through road has a road bump before the intersecting traffic, slowing it down enough to allow intersecting traffic ...
... one of the house specialties, and a small mango 59 MP. It was a lighter than expected but tasty meal. The Brits and the Albertans may be meeting up in Cancun. Made for each other with the fussing around over what to eat.
Jim and I had ordered and paid downstairs so we got our food first and were able to take a quick trip to the basilica. We could have built another basilica by the time the others finished and then came downstairs to pay.
... us to Miguel over brekkie.
The other four Canucks were late, holding up our 0945 departure. They were also the only ones in shorts. We are in a rather conservative part of the country and they should dress accordingly.
Miguel led us to the main plaza where he gave a bit of the history of the town. Patzcuaro [pat-square-o] was the first Spanish capital in the area. Now Morelia is ...
... It left us with a feeling that this is a very positive way to honor and remember the deceased.
As we left Tzintzuntzan, we pulled out the detailed instructions to our warmshower host near Quiroga. It was only at this time we realized that his place is on the west side of the lake and we were on the east. And quite away out of Quiroga. So we checked into a Quiroga hotel (Hotel Fiesta Purepecha) and made a call to Jorge and told ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Atlacomulco Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
More than five years after of our visit, I do not think that my opinion may be usefull for present travelers. However, appart of what is evident through the photos, I will add that the hotel had a tennis court, pool, a computer hall and, what it was more important for the ladies, a very good service of hairdressing which was very satisfactory to many people. By summarize that experience I can say that it was very, largely much more pleasant that any expectative I could have preconceived, specially considering that I never before had ear the name of the place, Atlacomulco.
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