Valladolid Hotel

Address: Portal Hidalgo 245, Morelia, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 58000, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Portal Hidalgo 245, Morelia.
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Travel Blogs from Morelia


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 27, 2014

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... tomorrow.

People dumped their bags, some rather slowly. Readying to go, Sid offered anyone the chance to exchange rooms. The Brits and the Albertans did, poor form indeed, holding everybody up while their bags were transferred.

The hotel is another reconverted home. Our room is ground floor and facing the street so it may be noisy early in the morning.

Miguel took the satisfied hotel residents to La Copa de Oro for lunch. Had ...

On Our Way & Zitacuaro

A travel blog entry by b-m-treece on Feb 13, 2012

15 photos

... What is it?" It was goat. We had seen so many in the fields since we arrived we figured they were being served somewhere and we found one of the places that was - a Birrierra - which is a restaurant that serves goat meat in a broth. We both had a good laugh - reiterated how much we enjoyed and off again to Zitacuro in the state of Michoacan.

The hotel (more like a B&B) was lovely - because ...

Serrat and Broken Down Buses...

A travel blog entry by beckybyler on Feb 22, 2011

1 comment, 2 photos

These past few days have just been PHENOMENAL… After finishing a tough week of classes and homework, I was so excited about the weekend, and the plans I had for it! My weekend officially started with an amazing performance by Joan Manuel Serrat on Saturday night. UNAM's faculty of chemistry hosted the concert in our quad, and I was lucky enough to secure two tickets for my roommate and myself. Literally, the timing of his ...

El Rosario

A travel blog entry by joegoldston on Jan 04, 2011

1 comment, 5 photos

... idea of how high up we had come. Anguangeo was no more than a tiny village from there. Once back into town we walked up to the town center and had our second taco of the day. It was good; but the cat nearby that we thought was sleeping on the sidewalk was actually dead. UGH. So much for that last taco...
Having seen all that we would be allowed to of the butterflies, we decided to catch a bus towards the coast. We ...

A big trout at the end of the rainbow

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 10, 2010

1 comment, 15 photos

... splits and we took the flatter fork to the east where the surface improved. It is still narrow with no shoulder. But, at least, not so many potholes. And traffic this way was relatively light. The road winds through rolling hills and farmland, always with the mountains within eyesight. 

At the entrance of Aporo, we were greeted by a huge eyesore of a sign advertising the 'Hotel' in town AND mentions 'English Spoken!' We climbed the steep main street ...