Posada San Alejandro

Address: 5A, Patzcuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 61600, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Patzcuaro

THE BEST OF THE AREA

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 26, 2014

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... after 1500. Had chile rellenos, presented as a meal with sundry side dishes 40 MP. Paul has trekked in the Mustang area of Nepal. Apparently Suzie let him go solo; surprise there.

Uneventful trip back. Picked up local minibus transportation to return to the Plaza Chica where a relaxed Sid was waiting for us. He had an easy day as well. Group drink planned for 2000.

Back with Jim to ...

Last day in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Jan 31, 2013

... the area, getting to and from the hotel quickly, without looking like lost tourists is simple. Night time in Condesa is great. There is plenty of energy and we ate at a decent restaurant where we sat at a table on the outside pavement watching the people walk-by and musicians play. The only problem of sitting outside is the number of street beggars and people wanting to sell stuff is never ending. It gets quite annoying after ...

4. Lost in translation, or just plain lost?

A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 13, 2012

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... strangeness, I suddenly started feeling lost. Then I realized I really was lost. For some reason I could not make sense of my map. I wanted to stop and think, but just slowing down meant being jostled (and maybe pick-pocketed), so I kept moving until I saw a policeman at a corner (a regular policeman, not the Policia Federal). I showed him my map and pointed to where I wanted to go, and he told me to turn around and go back two blocks.

He said it in ...

Route Back to Zamora

A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 14, 2012

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... Toyota put our all seasons back on before the trip. I thought, for 25 pesos ($2 Cdn), at least the guy would wipe some dust off. Paul & Steve met up with a couple girls, one from Germany in their exchange group, the other an american(?) that she knew from school. She'd was 16 but had lived in Mexico since she was one year old, so I don't know if that still qualifies?
I had a coffee (YES! My 1st coffee of the day at 2 ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Jan 03, 2012

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... back to 100AD and continued until 500 AD. The site was occupied for a further three centuries before being abandoned around 800 AD.

There's a place near the ruins that makes and sells copies of the obsidian statues and artworks found by archaeologists when excavating the site. Apparently the obsidian is mined only 45 kms away and was traded with other Meso-American cultures for similar use. The volcanic glass also has an extremely sharp edge when knapped and was used ...