Posada San Alejandro

5A, Patzcuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 61600, Mexico | Hotel
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Delicious Pátzcuaro

A travel blog entry by michellendave


Zero Miles: Food Scene in Pátzcuaro

Today, we moved a few doors up the street to Posada San Alejandro. Not as cozy but clean, hot shower and internet access, our main "must haves". We were happy to find a reasonably priced place that was not a dive.

The street in front of the hotel is lined with flower stands, transforming the …


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... 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 ...

Getting into the swing of things!

A travel blog entry by slw321


... newly excavated remains of the old Aztec temple in the centre of Tenochtitlan. When the Spanish conquered this area they located their capital city on top of the old Aztec capital. The name Mexico was taken from the name of the main tribe of Mexicana who made up the Aztec nation. For a long time it was assumed that the main pyramid housing the temple was buried underneath the cathedral. They only discovered that this was not the case in 1978 which was when ...

Route Back to Zamora

A travel blog entry by drudell


... 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 ...

Lucha Libre

A travel blog entry by thelees

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... of the overland rail line to Xochimilco. Many people had recommended this day trip so we had to see what the fuss was about. It's the Venice of Mexico, if you like. A system of canals dotted with colourful boats that are skillful manoeuvred through artificially created land. Vendors have their own boats too selling potato chips with hot sauce, tamales, beers, and a Mariachi boat will attach itself to yours and a play songs for you at about $100 pesos a pop! It was different! ...

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