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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      On Deadly Ground

      A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 18, 2014

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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 ...

      TO THE STADIUM

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 28, 2014

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      ... large but they are well spaced out.

      One of the most interesting features is the choice of paint colours. If somebody back home painted their houses in such strong and vibrant colours you would seek to have them declared insane. In Spanish colonial areas, it just works.

      The day's first church was the Rectory of Our Lady of Lourdes. It was striking to find at least one soul in every religious building we entered, seeking contemplation.

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      MORE OF MIGUEL'S EASY GOING STYLE

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 27, 2014

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      ... side streets, there are no stop or yield signs. It seems ultimately to be a game of chicken but it all works itself out.

      Sid asked if we were interested in going to the football game. I was a big yes and Jim a resigned yes as everyone seems to be going 100 MP. Sid will go off and get the ducats. Madame Beaver [from Oregon] aka Jane, two fashion questions: a) where did you get that frilly, black number? and 2) why didn't you leave it home?

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      THE BEST OF THE AREA

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 26, 2014

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      ... of the state of Michoacan. The buildings around the main plaza are original to the 1530's. Miguel described Patzcuaro as a market town, the area relying on its surrounding produce. The town's cobblestone streets were made from the Spanish dismantling of the local pyramids.

      Before the Spanish arrived, the Purepechan people dominated. The Aztecs were their biggest enemies. Patzcuaro was one of ...

      THE NEW MEXICO BEGINS

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 25, 2014

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      ... little artsy movie about a former tv product hustler trying to reconnect with his family after a stint in the hoosegow. Had the empanada about 1230, more snack than lunch.

      The usual road side grave markers can be found. There were also a couple of very colourful cemeteries. To see things like the different approach to death here is why one travels.

      Into and through Morelia, our next destination c 1230. We headed off on Rte 14 to Patzcuaro, arriving at its ...