Mansion Real Morelia Hotel & Suites
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Travel Blogs from Morelia
... had the best seats in the house to view the ceremony in which the military comes in and brings down the flag.
... favourite Bus Station Norte – and the mahoosive interchanges. They are still mahoosive interchanges and I have to say we are awesome to have done this with luggage! LOL!!
Anyway – once at the bus terminal we wander around trying to find some company to take us to the ruins – SCORE and we buy tickets. I only have a 500 peso note and a cold and Simon is doing to exchange. Once I get ...
... It's extremely rusty, and it turns out to be a mixture of Spanish, French and Italian (or Franishian as I like to call it). At least this is better than Ed's attempt at Spanish, which seems to be limited to the word "Arriba"... not always helpful when you're trying to order food in a restaurant.
One of the first things to strike us about Mexico City were the sheer amount of policemen and policewomen on the streets, particularly ...
We went shopping for a dress today and some shoes because there was going to be a quinceañera in my aunts neighborhood and I had been invited as well because the lady knew my mother when she was younger. I was surprised by the prices of the dresses because they were much better then the ones back home. So glad I ...
... gives me a better chance to practice teaching than going home now does. He said that I could stay in his guest room which would allow me to pursue the opportunity to teach private classes in Mexico City.
So here I am in DF - a massive city full of history, trees, the best tacos I've had so far in my trip and many, many people. An adventure, an experience and another leg to my journey.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking