Hotel Mision Patzcuaro
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... an hour later. Three cabs took us into the cobbled stone streets to the Yolihuani Posada. Sid said our hotels are a bit of a roller coaster: good in MC, very nice here, a step down in Morelia and more basic near the butterflies before returning to good in MC.
It was more drop your bags and rendezvous with Sid for a walk into town, armed with Lonely Planet maps of the town. Cobblestone streets awaited us.
The rest of the trip is virgin territory to me ...
... around the plaza and take some photos, and many will go in to the church.
We met a group at the RV park last week that invited us to their town for a little tour and lunch. We met American born Bob, whose son is the former guitar player for Quiet Riot and now plays for Ratt (for you headbangers that know these bands) and his girlfriend Lupita come to Hacienda about every weekend, and they were here celebrating a birthday when we were ...
... to what was traditionally used to create these relics- wood. Roberto's taller was incredible. He had many pieces he was working on, with completed heads waiting for bodies. The faces were so expressive and lovely. He had been working on a pasta de cana Jesus and the facial expression and how he crafted the mouth was incredible. Roberto was also amazing to talk to. He shared about how he talks to his pieces as he works on them. He also told me how pieces that he works ...
... England and Canada, she is 25 yrs. old and is delightful! Fun to watch her tease her little brother (Paul), as it is all girls (three) in the family. We had another marvelous dinner prepared by Luly, who is a fantastic cook! She is an event planner by trade and also caters many of the weddings and events she plans. We can see why she is so successful!
Unfortunately, that night the chicharron came back to me. Over and over...
... being set up for the festival) Plaza Chica (where the public market, theater and the lovely historic library are located) and the Basilica (where our Casita Rosi is, as was well as clothing and knick-knack stalls and flower sellers were). They form a triangle and are two short streets from each other. We did a quick exploration within the triangle before settling in to our Casita for a quick shower.
Near dusk, ...
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- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking