Lili's Casitas

Benito Juarez, Patzcuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 61600, Mexico | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Patzcuaro


A travel blog entry by freeandeasy


28-3-07 Went via Walmart to Valladolid - bought v. small tent (turns out WE can't even stretch out lying down in it!) and had lunch while sitting on garden furniture display outside shop - freaked Mexicans out!! Got bus to Valladolid - we've renamed this Smoochie City due to all the parks/squares having love chairs in them, everyone of them used by …


A travel blog entry by minicooper


... the day before so it was really good to see him again and catch up on the last 3 months! Though, the definite highlight was the mariachi band Rodolfo girlfriend had hired to come to the house and play in the backyard. Even some of the partygoers sang with them. Sadly for me, and happily for Manuel, I didn't take a camera so was forced to rein in my tourist urges. And then on my last day in Mexico City, we visited Frida Kohl's ...

Delicious Pátzcuaro

A travel blog entry by michellendave


... bread, made with flour, butter, sugar, eggs, orange peel, anise and yeast.  The bread is adorned with strips of dough simulating bones and, at the top, a small round piece of dough that symbolizes teardrops. They are placed on the altars or 'ofrendas' and on the graves in the graveyard.

The arches around the chica plaza are filled with stands that sell nothing but sweets for the celebration. Chocolate and ...

Too many Burritos & Tacos

A travel blog entry by tammini


... and then got some more Tecate beer and I found Jack Daniels with Ginger so purchased a couple of those.

The next couple of days we stayed in San Luis Rio Colorado just because the city was nice and clean and the locals were very nice. We are still within a stones throw of the border to the US and the food is really really good that we decided to stay because it’s ...

Luck has nothing to do with it

A travel blog entry by dirtylee


... on the way to cardboard city, a district where the poorest people live. The whole area is houses built with items scavenged from the dump. A house here of cardboard, a family of 6 there in a room with pallets for walls, a yard fenced off with old tires... The heat is sweltering in the middle of the day. We go out and hand out beans and rice to places we feel led, but it goes ...


This ranch, located on Benito Juarez, Patzcuaro, is near Plaza Vasco de Quiroga and Santa Clara del Cobre.
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