Hotel Torreblanca Campestre
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... overlooking the town of Patzcuaro on a lake by the same name. In the center of the lake is a small island where there is a village of about 400 people. It is popular with tourists and travelers. Many of our group took a day to go there by boat and walk around the village and visit the unique historic monument at the top of the hill. Pleading the need to take a break, Larry and I decided not to go on this one.
Patzcuaro is known for ...
... shut. We looked at each other and giggling at this turn of events, enjoyed our private bath. When we had finished relaxing in the tub and following previous instructions, we put our bathing suit on for the next part of this strange experience. Seņora points with a smile to the curtain leading to the “garden” . Behind the curtain we find some of our friends drinking beer and two of them ...
... of horchata. I really gotta do that more often.
Other than that, there wasn't much on display, and the main order of business seemed to be chillaxing...so that's what I did.
The next morning I stopped by the lakeside to check out the island scene. Isla Janitzio is supposed to be a really cool/fun island to visit, but the likes of el Burro aren't allowed on this land, ...
... large but they are well spaced out.
One of the most interesting features is the choice of paint colours. If somebody back home painted their houses in such strong and vibrant colours you would seek to have them declared insane. In Spanish colonial areas, it just works.
The day's first church was the Rectory of Our Lady of Lourdes. It was striking to find at least one soul in every religious building we entered, seeking contemplation.
... us first to the Plaza del Carmen, opposite the hotel. He noted Morelia was a planned city. Many of its streets have a feature at their end ie Juarez, to the left outside the hotel, leads right up to the cathedral. It is also a city with many of its monuments lit up at night.
Miguel made an interesting statement about social change in Mexico. The country had socialist roots but many things, including medical care, are being privatized. He attributed same ...