Hotel Virrey de Mendoza
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... a few hours away and the town is meant to be really pretty. We arrived tired and hungry and less than enthusiastic about heading into town. Once we settled into our hotel we drove into the centre to find there was a celebration for some guy called Jose Maria Morelos who claimed independence for this part of Mexico and they held a concert in his honour. Now this was all good and well but we were really tired, very grumpy and hungry: not ...
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May you be joyful
For no one, nothing, no mortal wound
May take it away
Joy arises from within
And yes it may wax and wane
But arising from within
It may not be cut out
So fearlessness is its companion
And delight is its expression
Enjoying life's ebb and flow
The pure potential in each moment
... on the border of Michoacán and Mexico State. The butterflies arrive annually from October–March. After admiring the creatures for a good while at that magical place, we walked back down the hill, tasted amazingly fresh fruit with some special vanilla sauce, my favorite “café de olla” and arrived in Morelia around 4pm.
One year before I have been born, in 1991, Morelia was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its well preserved ...
... overlooking the town of Patzcuaro on a lake by the same name. In the center of the lake is a small island where there is a village of about 400 people. It is popular with tourists and travelers. Many of our group took a day to go there by boat and walk around the village and visit the unique historic monument at the top of the hill. Pleading the need to take a break, Larry and I decided not to go on this one.
Patzcuaro is known for ...