La Morada Hotel
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... to let us in for only one night at a highly inflated price. By the time we found a place and settled in it was midnight, and we were NOT in the mood to party. Bed. The next morning we walked around the city looking for accommodation for that evening. Nothing. So we said screw it and bought a bus ticket to Queretaro, another city about an hour and a half away. Laura has ...
... s that infect San Miguel..
Looking forward to getting back to nice, quiet Ottawa and Vanier...
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There are billions of people in the world that are living in extreme poverty...
BE THANKFUL,FOR WHERE YOU WERE BORN,
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FOR WHO YOU ARE,
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... by the Templars. But late last month, they reached agreement to form into rural and town police forces.Alejandro Hope, a security expert with the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness, a think tank, questioned the wisdom of allowing the vigilantes to enter Apatzingán after the government had sought to contain their advance."If the federal forces were already there, why did they [the vigilantes] have to go in?" he ...
... was Nicholas de la Serna, one of the wealthiest men of his day. Its flowers reflected another common theme of the city's churches.
Time for a deserved java break. Stopped at The Italian Coffee for a cafe Americano and some blueberry figs 34MP. We were opposite the Plaza de Armas, immediately to the west of the cathedral. It was approaching 1100 but many people were relaxing in the colonnaded area, life proceeding at a slower pace here.
Heading over to ...
... bus was pretty much full.
We took Rte 14 to Morelia. It is hilly country. Farming was fairly prevalent. Most people, myself included, nodded off for part of the journey.
Morelia is a city of some high six figure number. American stores popped up. Several military police went by but the city seems quiet.
At the bus terminal at 1340. It was a fairly short ride to the Hotel El Carmen. Sid mentioned possibly going to the Copa ...