Posada de la Salud

Address: 9, Patzcuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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      THE BEST OF THE AREA

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 26, 2014

      4 photos

      ... for a train coming from the west coast. Its engines were from the Kansas City Southern company.

      Sample a sardine en route to our boat. Lake Patzcuaro is spring fed. Some rivers do enter it. It is very shallow at roughly 20', making it rather murky. We missed our boat as Madame Brit was off on yet another loo break.

      Our pilot revved up the engine at 1316. There was a short further ...

      San Diego

      A travel blog entry by wegrattons on Sep 24, 2013

      16 photos

      ... of the 1st quarters. Mind you we were in traffic for 1-1/2 hours to go 1/4 mile to park. And mind you also there were ZERO Chargers fans in that traffic which means they knew to come early to avoid the mayhem that the visiting teams would have to encounter). By I digressed...all the walking and then walking past people who were smoking and people tailgating with charcoal fumes and all I had was my rescue ...

      Day 24 - Legoland California

      A travel blog entry by gavbrown on Jun 10, 2013

      4 photos

      ... directing us to the park I started getting excited. As soon as you turn into Legoland Drive you start seeing Lego models on the edges of the driveway. We got a car park and made our way into the park. My dream had come true I had made it to Legoland. Straight away we made our way to the minilands, these are some famous cities made out of Lego. The cities include Washington DC; San Francisco; Las Vegas; New York and Hollywood. You can tell ...

      Adios Senior Liberdad!

      A travel blog entry by amarika on Sep 23, 2012

      5 photos

      ... expected, so we sat down for breakfast at Bread and Cie. 1 artichoke panini, 2 mimosas and $23 later... we were still hungry. While eating, we met a couple named Sue and Rich. They had just recently moved to San Diego and told us about HWY1 and local attractions to see and do. They both had really awesome tattoos and were amazingly friendly, and that's what stuck in our minds.

      After breakfast we returned the Jeep to the airport, packed our bikes ...

      Route Back to Zamora

      A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 14, 2012

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... The curves were actually BANKED, if you're a biker and have a bucket list, I think this section of road should be on it.
      Eventually, we left the summits, and headed down (to about 5000 ft. elevation) and the colonial city of Morelia. We didn't plan to stop here, although we were told by many people it is THE most beautiful in Mexico. We had a couple others we wanted to see and there wasn't anywhere near enough time to do ...