Hotel Mi Solar

Address: Juan Delgado 10 , Uruapan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 60000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Juan Delgado 10 , Uruapan.
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      Temple of Doom

      A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 19, 2014

      9 photos

      ... warned the villagers, Benny's cornfield began to rise. It rose and rose, until it was 335 meters (1100 feet) higher than it used to be. And instead of producing corn, it was now yielding a steady crop of village-swallowing lava. Thanks to Benito's early warning nobody was killed, but the village is now completely covered in lava rock. The only evidence of its existence is the fašade of Templo de San ...

      St Clara del Cobre

      A travel blog entry by portoryko on Nov 03, 2012

      4 photos

      Chociaz deszcz padala straszliwie udal nam sie dojechac do tego urokliwego miasteczka gdzie wyrabiaja rzeczy z miedzi. Poszlismy do zakladu miedi i naocznie mielismy czasne zobaczyc jak tlucze sie michy z miedzi. NIe sadzilam ze to tyle roboty. Ale bylo przyjemnie. Potem ciastko i herbata i sio na autobus powrotny do ...

      A church emerging from the lava

      A travel blog entry by benneal on May 06, 2012

      2 photos

      We went out on horses to see the worlds youngest volcano Paricutin, which suddenly emerged from the ground near a farm before spewing lava out. The villagers all escaped but the only thing remaining of the town was the church spire poking through the black rock. Strangely the alter was left untouched while the rest of the town and church were covered..!

      Bread Making Class

      A travel blog entry by slrlewis on Jan 17, 2011

      37 photos

      Monday morning we walked to a nearby village to attend a bread baking class in the home of Alicia and Mariano. Alicia bakes pan dulce (sweet breads) for her village. The class lasts about 5 hours and includes lunch. Not many classes have teachers that not only educate you but also at the same time prepare and serve lunch for her students and her extended family. It was a wonderful ...

      Vulcano Paricutin & It's Half Burried Church

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Oct 20, 2010

      53 photos

      ... 3 small fish in a large flat pan over a wood fire in a jerry-can. Silhouettes of ladies walking with their swaying skirts could be seen in the distance.

      We mounted the horses and rode along cobblestone streets to the edge of town dropping steeply into a pine forest. We glimpsed our first view of the church ruin in the valley. We pull the reins and the horses stop. Whoa!

      We are happy to learn that ...