Hotel Pueblo Magico
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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One part of our stay in Mexico that Alicia was looking forward to most was visiting the place where the millions of Monarch butterflies migrate to during their incredible journey from the Great Lakes across the continent. To get there we headed to Morelia, the capital of the Michocan state with over twenty universities and a very young population. Though loud and unwelcoming to tourists, the city is close to the Monarch reserve, so we stayed just long enough ...
Had a deep meditation experience working with the highest Buddhist teachings of Ashe Mahamudra. Working with the enlightened nature of the world. The highlight of the practice week was going out into the market and just being, touching the tenderness in my heart and walking senses fully aware, non-labeling, non-judging. Just being fully present in ...
... their way back down. We decided to take a ride up the mountain with the horses. They seemed to be treaten very well and as usual, it hardly cost anything (around 8 Euros).
The spectacle of nature was great! Millions of butterflies flew around the high trees of the pine-oak forest. Declared as an UNESCO world heritage site in 2008, the most of the over-wintering monarchs from eastern North America are found here. It is located in the Trans-Mexican ...
... particularly in the production of sinks and kitchen counters. Many of the vessels were enameled with beautiful designs.
Another nearby village produces carved stone. Although much of this is crude there were a few finer pieces. It was fun to wander through the many yards that were full of these items.
Patzcuaro has a fascinating “Centro” market. There were rows and rows of kiosks selling vegetables, meat, ...
... remain covered. There is no money for such massive digging out. We spent over an hour at the site.
We headed off before 1200, going to the nearby cemetery. A Mexican cemetery is colourful. Many of the stones had a year for the birth but no date, such was record keeping in the past. Many of the grave areas were constructed out of dirt.
Came back into Patzcuaro to go to the dock. Had ...