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 ...

Architecture, Anthropology, and Alcohol

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 13, 2013

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... had wrapped up his phone call and was doing some follow up. We made sandwiches, then it was time to leave for our sight-seeing.

Our plan today was to visit the Luis Barragan studio then the Museo Anthropologica. We walked through the Condesa, following the small, pleasant, leafy streets, often walking along the meridian. In general, we felt fine, despite the altitude, until we hit one very congested street … then it was ...

Day 13 Chapultepec park again

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jun 27, 2013

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... lady, his drawings looked great. He really only took a bit over 5 minutes, but during this time a small crowd had gathered to watch, you could see them smiling as he was drawing away. Once he was finished we both loved what he had done. He gave me a little extra facial hair and Bobbie nice long eye lashes, and it only cost 150pesos which is a little over $10. Next we went back into the zoo to see all the things we had missed yesterday like the snakes and ...

Tour us around city

A travel blog entry by dna_adventures on Dec 28, 2012

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Mexico City tour bus Because we only have one day to explore Mexico City we were advised to take the Turibus around the city as you get to see a lot of the buildings and areas of the city. There was a huge queue for the bus but we managed to get on at 11.30am. With the bus you can hop on and off at whatever stop you wanted but at all the main stops there was a huge queue so we decided to ...

England to Mexico City

A travel blog entry by dosamigasrubias on Jun 27, 2012

... the day exploring the markets, armed with a map and some limited spanish and a warning of the policeman at the tube station to be careful. Our first stop was the very local mercado de merced and what an experience it was! Hundreds of streets with market stalls piled high with local produce, ranging from pigs heads to pinatas to witchcraft remedies. We were the only tourists in the entire place, not to mention the only blonde girls and ...