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... as there was a Semana Santa crowd still.
I pulled in at sunset, found a cheap room, and wandered the bustling market square looking for food. For some reason I tend to avoid street-stall food, but every time I do partake, I love it. Tonight was one of those nights. For about $2 I had a full plate of perfectly seasoned and grilled carne asada, tacos, quesadillas and a ...
... the somewhat less tasteful plaza. The Church of Saint Joseph itself was unfortunately locked. Construction on this parish church began in 1776.
We figured we had given the historic parts of Morelia a fair shot, concluding things around 1600. Downloading pix and doing the blog took up the better part of 1.5H.
A quick shower to shed the day's grime and readied to go. The Brits, who call football their national sport, were last to arrive. Cameras not ...
... menu but the waitress of course only spoke Spanish so any questions from her led to the usual blank stares from Jim and I. Had chicken fajitas and a XX beer 150 MP. Yapped about fishing in Ontario. Told him all about Loser Lynn, Fiona. Planned out our touring route for tomorrow.
A few night time pix and back to the room. A night with minimal alcohol is in order. Finalized the diary for uploading as the blog, along with sundry pix. Bed by 2230.
... of the state of Michoacan. The buildings around the main plaza are original to the 1530's. Miguel described Patzcuaro as a market town, the area relying on its surrounding produce. The town's cobblestone streets were made from the Spanish dismantling of the local pyramids.
Before the Spanish arrived, the Purepechan people dominated. The Aztecs were their biggest enemies. Patzcuaro was one of ...
... to haul our bikes up. But this morning, we would bounce the bikes down. The brake wasn't quite enough to hold the bikes weight back, so Michelle held onto the back while Dave steered. This would be about the toughest part of the day.
We rolled the mile and a half to the bottom of the hill where the pretty good restaurant is located. But this day, it was packed out with tourists. It looked like a really long wait. But we were able ...