Hotel Mision Patzcuaro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I been going around in public like that?
Why are high cheekbones nearly universally considered a hallmark of good looks? Don't any unattractive people have high cheekbones?
Have you ever thought for a brief instant of an unusual word and then heard the exact same word seconds later on an unrelated TV or radio show?
Kim Kardasian... Will there be a single more empty and distressed person in the world when her looks finally go?
You ever watch ...
... just won't stand for such prejudice. Besides, I gots places to go.
On a side note, Patzcuaro is deep in the state of Michoacán. When I arrived in Acapulco (recently considered one of the most violent cities in the world) the locals thought I was crazy for hanging out in Patzcuaro. Apparently violence in Mexico migrates like wildebeests on the Serengeti. When one region ...
... prefers to stay home, but she wants us back before dark. I did find something just outside Guadalajara, which may take us about 3 ½ hours to get there, but it would be the closest ruins site to our location. There is much more to see and do, but we have to stick to our plan, which is to treat this voyage as if we are living at home.
So, for now, Adios, Hasta-luego amigos. Take care of yourselves and each other. And don’t forget to LIVE, LAUGH AND ...
... famous for its Dia de los Muertos celebrations. Let's just say I could not have imagined a better way to spend my last few days in Mexico.
After settling in for a bit at Casa Santiago, I decided to head out to the nearby town of Ihuatzio where there are ruins of the Purepecha (also known as Tarascan) site also called Ihuatzio. Before I headed out for a wonderful walk, Kevin and Arminda invited me to join them as they celebrated their grandson's graduation ...
... of the trip today at our B & B Casa Papaya. Hosts Stan & Julie really enjoy their guests and make sure they don't walk away hungry! We wouldn't be meeting Paul until late afternoon, so we had a while to explore SMdA (as we were told they call the town) about 100,000 people so it was quite a bit busier than Real De Catorce. We walked around and saw some beautiful but expensive art. The 25,000 US & Canadian ex-pats have certainly made their mark ...