Hotel Villa Monarca

Address: Carretera federal 15 Zitacuaro-Morelia K 103.5, San Felipe Los Alzati, Zitacuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 61500, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera federal 15 Zitacuaro-Morelia K 103.5, San Felipe Los Alzati, Zitacuaro, is near Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT), Cabo del Sol Golf Club, El Popo Market, and Tijuana Country Club (Club Campestre Tijuana).
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free parking
          • Beverage Selection
          • Pets allowed


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          • Room service

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          Travel Blogs from Zitacuaro

          Day 14 - The Butterfly Mafia

          A travel blog entry by inca_gold on Nov 29, 2014

          5 photos

          The Monarch butterfly is a migratory animal, which summers in the US and Canada. In the autumn the entire species makes the long trek to the warm valleys of central Mexico, to breed in specific groves and outlast the winter. In the spring, the females return to the north to lay their eggs. I awake in Macheros village, on the outskirts of the Cerro Pelon reserve. My hosts, Joel and Elena, ...

          San Diego

          A travel blog entry by sammy44 on Aug 20, 2014

          5 comments, 5 photos

          ... San Diego in the 1800s some lunch at a Saloon and onto a bit of retail therepy, (I am a bit worried it hasnt happened with Robbie yet). Back to the resport and some time at the pool and happy hour.

          Today we went downtown and went on a off around 8.00am and drive back to LA till Sunday, Look out Santa Monica/Hollywod here we ...

          The characters of San Diego

          A travel blog entry by prawn0 on Apr 30, 2014

          ... pretty dangerous and definitely didn't seem like it was under control at all. The smoke was everywhere too which was as dark as you can imagine. We stopped off for lunch at this old school train station that had a bunch of little shops and take away places including an entire stall dedicated to beef jerky. We then continued on to San Diego. As we got closer the traffic became more congested and palm trees became more common. At one point we were driving on the highway which ...


          A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Jan 18, 2014

          1 comment

          ... as I have the ability to use my legs I will continue to do so. I'll save the horses and donkeys for when I'm old and no longer able to walk. Monarchs were lovely if not quite as abundant as I would have thought. I heard many factors have combined to their unusually low numbers this year and the whole fantastic migration from Canada to Michoacan is in danger. Shame. 09924526712/MonarchButterflyReserve?aut ...

          One of the great migrations of the world

          A travel blog entry by blackneys on Nov 30, 2013

          12 photos

          ... in a remote area, we were stopped by a huge police pickup blocking the road and a special forces unit in balaclavas, bullet proof vests, carrying military grade assault weapons. They made it very very clear in broken english that "NO ... it was not good to continue in our current direction"! To say the least, John was 'unimpressed' by my efforts to almost get the family gunned down in a drug lord/police shoot out.