Las Alamandas

Address: Km. 83.5 Carretera Federal 200, Quemaro, Costalegre, Jalisco, Pacific Coast, 48850, Mexico | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located on Km. 83.5 Carretera Federal 200, Quemaro, is near Museo Dolores Olmedo Patino, San Gervasio Ruins, Rancho Xotolar, and Museum of Michoacan.
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    Travel Blogs from Quemaro

    The complete cultural experience

    A travel blog entry by petercubit on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... was the height of Mexican culture - Luche Libre! Yes, we went to the wrestling. After dinner at a Birriera, we made our way to the Arena Mexica for one of the funniest and most overly staged events I have ever experienced. It always amazes me about the type of person that goes to these events - apart from tourists of course. All age groups are covered and for some it's a family outing. They were all really into it. It was ...

    Enjoying Japanese food

    A travel blog entry by maryvcontrary on Jun 29, 2015

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    ... of sushi and they all looked really good but me and stu decided to share: a veg tempura (which turned out to be huge!); a tofu in ginger broth; a teriyaki tofu and a bowl of edamame beans. This was all delicious but turned out to be WAY too much food for two people and as everyone else was stuffed too we got the leftovers 'para llevar' and took them home to have for tea.



    A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Jun 17, 2015

    ... over the top. First we are seated by the guy downstairs. Then a guy who gets our drinks. Then a different guy gives us the menu and suggestions. Then a guy who places napkins on your lap. Then a guy who gives you bread. He only does bread. Then the fanciest guys who wear suits take your order.

    Maybe some people like that but it feels like too much. Also, we got there at 2:40pm and we didn't get our main course until 3:25pm. It was good but ...


    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 29, 2015

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    ... a tiny 'fret board' called a guitarrón, a regular spanish guitar, a miniature guitar, two violins, and a rasping trumpet (one-handed). The final member of the troupe was simply holding a huge sombrero and singing a rich vibrato. He had a distinguished face and a fine beard. The three men playing guitar swapped frequently between songs. They seemed to be enjoying themselves very much and must have been playing as a group for a long time; they were ...

    Mexico City, fantastic..

    A travel blog entry by laurenross on Nov 29, 2014

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    We visited the famous Anthropological Museum, it was huge and very impressive. By the end you were a bit over old things and there wasn't much written in English which was strange but we still spent over 3 hours getting around all the exhibits. What could be more iconic to Mexico than Lucha Libre wrestling, I asked at our hostel about their tour but $480 pesos each ($40) seemed a bit ...