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Morelia and Pátzcuaro visit


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Morelia and Pátzcuaro visit

Xacinta | May 24, 2010 10:14 AM

-Fiesta Inn- Bottle of water 39 mx pesos!
-Templo de la Inmaculada- nice concept, 1st time i see something that this, any antojito was 15 pesos: huchepos, corundas, pozole, pambazos, menudo, quesadillas fritas, buñuelos, quesadillas de comal. They all seemed to me, like we say down here "rabón". For example de corundas are served without the pork stew, the pozole and menudo has almost no meat, etc. On the other hand, the aguas frescas are really good, ciruela amarilla, coco, melón, mmm
-Cenaduría Lupita, traditional Mexican buffet, very good, huchepos and corundas, much better than at the Inmaculada, enmoladas, juices, fruit, pozole, atole de canela, chocolate.....
-El Patio, excellent food, sopa tarasca, corundas, enchiladas placeras (althought not in the menu), mole...
-Los Escudos, not has good as El Patio, there was this guy with a guitar singing Arjona, Sin Bandera, Elefante....i felt like if someone were hitting me on the head with a bat....or maybe i´m just too neurotic and getting old...
-We tried to have lunch at Posada La Basílica, mostly because of the beautiful view of the lake, but the guy at reception was very rude to us and we left right away, life is too short and the economy is so bad to be spending money and time with people who do not know how to manage a buisness. I think.
Bodega Aurrera, surprisingly good Mexican bakery, campechanas, bisquets, morelianas,
-Posada de Don Vasco, like the place very much but the rooms have no air conditioning or a fan.

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