Hotel Meson De San Antonio

#33 col. centro, Patzcuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Patzcuaro

    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 ...

    A lot of PICANTE!... Be careful with what you eat!

    A travel blog entry by ferchumaru on Sep 17, 2012

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    Us migrants have a very developed and strong intestinal flora! Rock stomachs... but very slow metabolisms!!! When you go to mexico be sure to recognize this word: PI-CAN-TE... it means hot! Mexicans don't have rock stomachs but they DO have rock tongues! Everything they have in their gastronomy has a lot of PICANTE! even beer!

    On a local market, while the Gringa decides to try and exotic and unknown CHOCOLATE CREPE... the Ecuadorian, the Argentinian and the ...

    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 ...

    The DF = midgets, policia and Paul McCartney

    A travel blog entry by montyontheroad on May 11, 2012

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    ... Turned out a lot of the roads were closed and police everywhere which i just presumed was standard. Against my wishes but with no choice he dropped me off in a dark alley with instruction to walk 2 blocks. Strapped on my pack and tried to look as tough as possible down what can only be described as what looked like the most sinister streets i have ever seen, slightly ******** myself.

    Found the hostel ok and wasnt held up at knife point so a good ...

    Not at all what I was expecting!

    A travel blog entry by alexandannam on Aug 12, 2011

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    ... br> First place we aimed for (and got to, eventually) was the Anthropology Museum. Its set in the center of the city in a massive park along with about 5 other museums. You could spend days there alone. The museum was pretty spectacular and really well laid out and after only 2 hours of strolling around it, I was beginning to have a new understanding and compassion for all those tourists I dragged around the ...