Mansion Real Morelia Hotel & Suites
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Travel Blogs from Morelia
... in the city of love – yep people making out everywhere even 40 year old couples dry humping but for some reason if you wear whites shorts with pasty legs that’s when people look at you weird. The other things we noticed was that people didn’t hassle you in the street to buy stuff we got more hassled in Miami that in Mexico City, the other thing to notice was the metal scene, a lot of the teens are goths or rockers, but then there was all the ...
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I am about to go on my fourth week here. Time is a odd thing, its going really fast but I feel like I have been able to do so much already. God is working in amazing ways, that I know its Him because otherwise they would all be impossible.
This week was full of awesome experiences. I got to go to a boys safe home about two hours away from my house and do some fun art projects. They are so sweet and need lots of love. I did ...
... hurricane, with some driving rain and high winds hampering our progress.
It wasn’t until nightfall that we pulled into the town, and started to feel the real Mexico. Colonial stone buildings and long, narrow, lamp lit streets greeted us, and I was aware for the first time of a sense of history. We found our host, Andres, in the centre of the town, in a large, student flat. The welcome was warm, as was the much needed ...
... music like we had at the party - virtually every song was an old school classic utterly ruined when a poor excuse for a rap 'artist' came in and vomited over the top of the original. I guess after reading this paragraph, you're wondering if travelling has made me any less opinionated.
Staying with the topic of music, I can contrast the weekend experience with the one I had a few days later. I headed slightly out of town to a school, with Suha and her ...
... shoes for you. It seems to have very modern architecture inside, but with ornate chapels and large areas of gold leaf dominating views and two huge organs in the centre.
In one of the chapels were the bones of Antonio Margil de Jesús and Agustin de Iturbide, a national hero of Mexico.
As well as the infamous flag not being hoisted today, no museums were open either, so we ventured on to find an ice cream store that sold Itzel's favourite ice cream: Burnt ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking