Hotel Pueblo Magico
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met the group thismorning, 1 kiwi(me) 2 poms and 11 australians. another 9-10 joining us in a few days.
left mexico city on a 4 hour bustrip out of town to morelia, a city with alot of history, culture, religion and alot more layed back than mex. city. also no smog here either
my stomach ...
... The curves were actually BANKED, if you're a biker and have a bucket list, I think this section of road should be on it.
Eventually, we left the summits, and headed down (to about 5000 ft. elevation) and the colonial city of Morelia. We didn't plan to stop here, although we were told by many people it is THE most beautiful in Mexico. We had a couple others we wanted to see and there wasn't anywhere near enough time to do ...
Since I had been going to lots of places I hadn't really taken time to organize my clothes. So today I stayed home all day and cleaned as well as prepared a room for my grandmother because she was coming to stay for a few weeks. I hadn't seen my family in Houston for a very long time, therefore I was very excited to see her. ...
Since I had gone to sleep so late I did not wake up until after noon. Therefore I was left home alone because my aunt went to mass. I wasn't upset because I personally didn't feel in good conditions to go. I woke up and made me some breakfast but I went back to ...
... were adorned with flowers but not much else was happening. We expected much more commotion in the graveyard by now. At the top the island, we found a park and plaza and the number one attraction became clear. Liquor! There are numerous liquor stands advertising cheap Micholadas, beer and other spirits. Several backpackers were in the process of setting up tents on small tufts of grass. We walked over to one corner of the plaza when we heard the music for "The Danza de ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking