Posada San Alejandro

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


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 26, 2014

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... principal towns of the Purepechan people. The economic wellbeing of the area was the control of the turquoise trade under its dominion. The Purepechan tribe is one of sixty four cultural groups in Mexico today.

We drove 20M along the Route of Don Vasco, passing cactus tree farms, heading to Tzintzuntzan, the place/land of the hummingbird. This religious centre for the Purepechan people ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica on Jul 13, 2012

... Park. It's like Mexico City's own Central
Park. It may even be larger; not sure. There were endless vendors all
over. I visited the free zoo. It was pretty good, but I can't
complain when it was all free. As I left the zoo it began to rain, just
as it ...

Patzcuaro and the Santa Cruz fesitval

A travel blog entry by benneal on May 02, 2012

... Cruz - people danced in the streets, and a man ran through the crowds waving a bull with firecrackers going off.Later the fireworks made most UK festivals seem tame, culmonating with a tower of fireworks being lit and the cross at the top setting fire and dropping into the crowd, followed by a catherine wheel shooting off in the sky.


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 07, 2012

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... at 1029, saying to our driver Buenos dias, El Bombero, getting a smile. Carlos gave an overview of most of the trip as we headed northbound. We passed Miriachi Square where miriachi music can be heard 24H a day. It is the only place you can drink on the street. Another drive by was Tlatelolco, the Square of the Three Cultures [pre-Columbian, Spanish colonial and the mestizo nation].

Carlos is 60 years old. It is his first tour of the year. He suggested a kitty system re ...

La Semana Primera

A travel blog entry by andreajoy76 on Jul 27, 2011

5 comments, 5 photos

... be done in person and questions about the cable bill requires a sit down at an office desk. If you have multiple questions about your cell phone bill, then you'll be standing in multiple lines. Wow.

Mexico City seemed cleaner and shinier than it did when I was here 12 years ago. While there are certainly third world streets and poverty, the insulated, upper-class neighborhoods of Cuauhtemoc, Condessa, and Polanco are green, tree-lined streets and bustling with ...