Hotel Meson De San Antonio

Address: #33 col. centro, Patzcuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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      THE NEW MEXICO BEGINS

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 25, 2014

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      ... Brits would pass but they came for a drink [leaving first]. Had the local ale brew and also a locally brewed mezcal. Jim had never had mezcal before, Sid concluding he had to be devirginized. One detail I had not appreciated before is one drinks mezcal with slices of orange.

      The head was swimming a bit but it was a good evening. Walked back and shot the **** with Jim. He waxed lyrical about opera and I pounded out more of the journal. The wifi was working but too ...

      Last day in Mexico City

      A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Jan 31, 2013

      ... walk by on our way to Condesa and it was so good that we ate there twice today. After lunch and after dinner. While we were there, a little school girl was curiously looking at us - it seemed obvious that she had very little exposure to Asians and we might of been the first aliens she'd seen! LOL.

      For the first time, we went out for dinner in Condesa, walking the streets at night. They felt very safe and now that ...

      4. Lost in translation, or just plain lost?

      A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 13, 2012

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      ... I plunged back into the dark streets of the Historic district. I found water readily enough. There were plenty of OXXO and 7-Eleven convenience stores scattered around. But I could not find a farmacia, even though the concierge had said there were two right near the hotel. I walked and walked and walked down the gloomy, grimy streets. There were no trees, there were no birds. Just people, people, people. And none of them looked like they were from the US. ...

      Artesanias Along Lago Patzcuaro

      A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Jun 30, 2012

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      ... was an internationally known mask maker. Modesto and his brothers have carried on the trade, with Modesto leading the way. In mask contests, he has won many top honors. In the photo I've included in this blog, he is holding a first place mask. He also travels yearly to the U.S. and visits schools in Boston, showing how he makes masks and working with kids to make masks and creations of their own (out of clay, for safety sake). Another incredible visit.

      Our ...

      Mexico City

      A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Jan 03, 2012

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      ... so there’s a certain homogeneity to the place.

      Our next stop was Teotihuacan, another pre-Columbian site about 50 miles north of Mexico City. Our guide explained that this predated the Aztec ruins we had just seen by over 1,000 years and the original builders may or may not have been from the same culture. They used the Aztec script however this may just mean that the Aztec’s adopted the written language from an earlier civilisation. Construction at ...