Los Escudos

Address: Hidalgo # 73, Patzcuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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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 NEW MEXICO BEGINS

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 25, 2014

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      ... Brits would pass but they came for a drink [leaving first]. Had the local ale brew and also a locally brewed mezcal. Jim had never had mezcal before, Sid concluding he had to be devirginized. One detail I had not appreciated before is one drinks mezcal with slices of orange.

      The head was swimming a bit but it was a good evening. Walked back and shot the **** with Jim. He waxed lyrical about opera and I pounded out more of the journal. The wifi was working but too ...

      A Shift in Local Weather and Thought...

      A travel blog entry by alyssa_lauren on Oct 10, 2013

      10 photos

      ... for prayer! Goes to show you how very caught up in all the business and excitement of new things I've been.
      Thank you so much for reading this and praying for me.

      Please pray for:
      The provision of a Spiritual Community
      Bravery and strength in starting a staff Bible Study
      Strength and endurance for grading, moving to my new apt and my extra class at the library.

      May His joy be our strength!

      Alyssa ...

      Artesanias Along Lago Patzcuaro

      A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Jun 30, 2012

      20 photos

      ... was an internationally known mask maker. Modesto and his brothers have carried on the trade, with Modesto leading the way. In mask contests, he has won many top honors. In the photo I've included in this blog, he is holding a first place mask. He also travels yearly to the U.S. and visits schools in Boston, showing how he makes masks and working with kids to make masks and creations of their own (out of clay, for safety sake). Another incredible visit.

      Our ...

      Teotihuacan

      A travel blog entry by carlosvanvegas on Apr 09, 2011

      16 photos

      ... ages and cultures that have all occupied Mexico, a bloody past to say the least even prior to when the Spanish arrived here.

      The symbology of the artifacts here adds to the site, is astounding as Museum's go this captures the spirit of how Mexico has developed over the thousands of years, dating back as far as 3,500BC a culture of very advanced development especially in the astrological backdrop that drove the people.

      There are so ...

      Excursión a Teotihuacán

      A travel blog entry by salsero on Dec 06, 2010

      1 comment, 67 photos

      ... and orange colours that Mexicans are known for.

      We're entering the Autopista de Cuota which seems to be a toll highway.

      It's 3:34pm and finally returning to la Ciudad de Mexico. I think I got another face burn today and I even bought a straw Mexican cowboy hat from one of the many shops there selling souvenirs. And there were many dozen personas roaming the ruins selling everything from silver bracelets to tiny sculptures to table ...