Hotel Victoria

Col Centro, Uruapan 60000, Uruapan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 60000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Uruapan

Temple of Doom

A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 19, 2014

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... crowds told me I was in the right place. Men were offering the services of their horses, and most of the Mexican tourists were hopping into saddles. Lonely Planet said it was an easy 1 hour walk to the buried church, but I was beginning to wonder how LP defined "easy."
As it turned out, the path was wide and mostly downhill. I was at the church in 25 minutes. If my tequila and frijole ...

Mexico City the second time around

A travel blog entry by ginjaninja on Oct 05, 2012

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... world.

Me and Tom had decided we wanted to get a cleansing of the soul or Limpia as the Mexicans call it, we got it done by the true Aztecs and what they did was just whack you with plants, poured water over your head and made you breathe some gorgeous smelling insense. Afterwards a lady wanted to take me and Toms picture so we let her, she had been speaking to mum and apparently she came to have this done to her as often as she could, for me it was just an excuse for a ****** ...

Hola mexico

A travel blog entry by coleh on Mar 21, 2012

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... he grants him with six chests filled with silver coins. The man tells his freind about it and then his freinds tries to take it all but when he gets there the coins changed into stinky mud. then the friend that tries steeling it dumps it on his land the when he leaves the mud turned into silver coins. so i guess when you give you ...

Mexico City: the end of the beginning!

A travel blog entry by conchwillow on Aug 19, 2011

5 photos

... most theatrical, and most acrobatic wrestling you could ever hope to see.

To make things yet more interesting, the fighters or “luchadores” get dressed up in shiny lycra, with gimp-style masks lending the whole evening a Captain America meets Quentin Tarantino meets Billy Smart kind of feeling. There are always “Good guy” teams and “Bad guy” teams, the latter’s costumes being predominantly black ...

La Basilica de Guadalupe

A travel blog entry by amandathorsen on Feb 18, 2011

16 photos

Last Friday we took a field trip to La Basilica de Guadalupe. It is one of the most important churches in Mexico and it is a shrine to the Virgin of Guadalupe.

According to tradition, Juan Diego, saw a vision of a young woman on December 9, 1531, while he was on the hill of Tepeyac near Mexico City, Mexico. He told the local ...