Alameda Centro Historico Hotel

Address: Av Madero Poniente 313, Morelia, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 58000, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av Madero Poniente 313, Morelia, is near Conservatorio de las Rosas, The Cultural House (Casa de Cultura), Villa Longin, and The Stirrup Volcano (Volcán del Estribo Grande).
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    Travel Blogs from Morelia

    Millions of Monarchs

    A travel blog entry by chrisandalicia on Mar 07, 2015

    6 comments, 13 photos

    One part of our stay in Mexico that Alicia was looking forward to most was visiting the place where the millions of Monarch butterflies migrate to during their incredible journey from the Great Lakes across the continent. To get there we headed to Morelia, the capital of the Michocan state with over twenty universities and a very young population. Though loud and unwelcoming to tourists, the city is close to the Monarch reserve, so we stayed just long enough ...

    Ashe Mahamudra Meditation Retreat

    A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Mar 06, 2015

    2 photos

    Had a deep meditation experience working with the highest Buddhist teachings of Ashe Mahamudra. Working with the enlightened nature of the world. The highlight of the practice week was going out into the market and just being, touching the tenderness in my heart and walking senses fully aware, non-labeling, non-judging. Just being fully present in ...

    Millions of butterlies & one birthday in Morelia

    A travel blog entry by julietandthesea on Feb 28, 2015

    23 photos

    ... just a few hours later, we were on our way to Patzcuaro. Its a beautiful city only accesible by boat, as it is situated in the middle of the identically called Lake Patzcuaro. Last nights party has not stopped yet and the mood was alike. Personally, the experience of visiting Patzcuaro was certainly the best one of my Exchange semester in Mexiko so far. Patzcuaro has everything it needs to fall in love with a place: Narrow streets, delicious food (tried a ...


    A travel blog entry by duchesne on Feb 16, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... art. Although in the past, the area was mined for copper, today the art is produced from recycled copper wire! We visited a small town next to Patzcuaro and watched a demonstration showing the hand production of copper vessels. Non of it is machine produced. The copper is melted in a wood-burning fire and then hammered by hand using large and small hammers. Even I got involved in the hammering! I was impressed by the quality of the vessels. I ...

    Village life on the Lake.

    A travel blog entry by duchesne on Feb 13, 2015

    3 comments, 30 photos

    ... On the other side there were five little rooms with cement tubs. The senora in charge was busily filling the tubs. Each couple was to shared a tub (I was relieved to see that the rooms were clean, though spartan!). Sure enough Arturro showed us the entrance and source of the thermal hot springs and the hot water was VERY hot. We were handed a plastic bowl to assist us in the bathing and our ...