Hotel Mision San Manuel

Aldama 12, Patzcuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 61600, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Aldama 12, Patzcuaro, is near Galería Atenea, Galería San Miguel, Academia Hispano Americana, and Instituto Habla Hispana.
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    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 25, 2014

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    ... do the photos of the day component. Bagged out c 2345.

    The Yolihuani Posada is nice. The room is spacious. There are modest grounds to sit about and chill. It is secure: we have three keys. Only complaint would be a fixed 0900 brekkie. Thereafter we will do a town tour with a local guide to get some insight.

    The best part of the town was the lack of tourists. Perhaps two dozen were seen in the course of the day. We are off the beaten track for at least two days.


    Artesanias Along Lago Patzcuaro

    A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Jun 30, 2012

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    ... on the tour was to Santa Clara del Cobre, a town famous for its copper work. Of all the towns around Lake Patzcuaro and in the region famous for crafts, Santa Clara is one of few still doing well these days. It was a cute town with a fabulous central plaza (with lots of features made of copper). Kevin brought me to El Porton, a shop and taller. There workers gave a demonstration of how they work copper that is eventually turned into a pot or vase. It was very ...

    Stealth Camping among the Wildflowers

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Oct 24, 2010

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    ... by. They were on a morning ride from Uruapan to Zirahuen and back. Great exercise. We were not the only cyclists on the toll road where bicycles are forbidden. As we rode past the toll office, Michelle waved and the guys in the office waved back. They did not hassle us about riding on the toll road.

    Refreshed we continued up & up. But soon our stamina was gone and walking and pushing our bikes became more ...

    San Miguel de Allende

    A travel blog entry by hmplewa on Jul 24, 2010

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    ... I can’t imagine anyone would really want to buy that. ICK.

    After eating our wonderful ice cream, we went to this ceramics warehouse to see the different types of ceramics available. They were all so beautiful! I really wanted to buy this one piece that was a ranchero guy bent over with his hat on his knees. It was really beautiful, but it was kind of big and probably expensive. I ended up passing on it, but I feel like maybe I should have bought it. Oh well, ...

    Dancing The Night Away

    A travel blog entry by hmplewa on Jul 15, 2010

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    ... etc) aren’t even on the slides of the presentation. Today, we spent the whole class in a small group discussing the differences between artists and how they evolved. The more and more we talked, in a group, about how the artists evolved, the more and more I realized we didn’t really cover that in class. Anyway, the review was supremely helpful because I don’t know that I would have done very well on the test without it, but I think I’m decently ...