Los Escudos

Hidalgo # 73, Patzcuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Hidalgo # 73, Patzcuaro, is near Grutas de Tolantongo (Tolantongo Caves) and Marina Park Bahia de Loreto.
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    Travel Blogs from Patzcuaro

    THE BEST OF THE AREA

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 26, 2014

    4 photos

    ... of their three principal towns.

    Within sight was Lake Patzcuaro. The land around the lake is communally owned. No motorboats and the like for pleasure are allowed. The only boat traffic is basic transportation to and from the seven inhabited islands.

    We walked around the main pyramid structure at Tzintzuntzan. Its striking architectural feature is rounded segments. Other pyramids in ...

    Route Back to Zamora

    A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 14, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Donna & I thoroughly enjoyed the hot spring in the morning, it made my aches and pains disappear (mostly). We had breakfast at Erindira, good but Donna's coffee was Nescafe and Coffee Mate, but we aren't even sure what mine was, except I'm pretty sure it wasn't coffee of any kind! But what the heck the whole breakfast for 4 people was under $10 Cdn.
    We hit the road or should I say curves at 10. The road of the 'mil ...

    Teotihuacan

    A travel blog entry by carlosvanvegas on Apr 09, 2011

    16 photos

    ... the many traffic jams already building and it's only 7:15am, we're heading out to Teotihuanacan for our first stop.


    We arrive after about an hour's travelling, this ancient site is hidden around hills and towns, in fact when we arrive it's a surprise more than anything that we're here, but getting here is quite special, the huge pyramidal structures of the Sun and Moon Temple's are amazing, built out of rocks unlike the Egyptian ...

    ‘Crazy’ Mexico City aint that bad ;)

    A travel blog entry by andrew_leesia on Dec 22, 2010

    34 photos

    ... flesh, verses when the Spanish took over they only fed them corn)! We also visited the church which has a rather different fresco of a patron saint riding his charger and killing people.

    After wandering around the ruins (which were very much just stone walls, we headed off to the second stop which was apparently the second most important catholic location in the world. We think this is more simply because of the Mexico City population and volume of people that ...

    El Día de los Muertos on Isla de Janitzio

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 01, 2010

    47 photos

    ... large nets suspended from huge hoops. This method is unique to this lake and we were happy with the demonstration. Our other option to see it would have been to get up at the crack of dawn and witness these fishermen really fish.

    Once on Isle Janitzio, we followed the crowd through the steep narrow streets lined with souvenir shops, stands selling alcoholic beverages and girls rattling off (with the speed of an auctioneer) the delicious dishes their restaurant has ...