Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Discovering Patzcuaro

From a recent Mexico travelers' blog post, I excerpt the following testimonial to our fair pueblo:

"Monika picked another wonderful hotel - La Casa Encantada. Patzcuaro is a small, colonial city which has a great feel - gringo free. When we arrived, there was a huge festival going on and the whole city was alive - music, dancers, and a marching band making the same route that we did through the city earlier. We finished the day with a great steak dinner at an authentic Argentinian restuarant with a guitar [toting] crooner and his pint-sized back-up. Tomorrow we head to the lake for some more exploring."

Indeed, we do have frequent festivities and parades.

You can easily buy a colonial style house and a lifestyle in magical Patzcuaro.


1st Mate said...

I've been wanting to visit Patzcuaro for ever so long, and just found out that here in Barra de Navidad I'm only two hours by bus from there! But we're going home very soon, no time, and I'll have to put it on my list of delayed pleasures.

Tracy Novinger said...

Sorry you will miss magical Patzcuaro on this trip. Hope to see you patzcuareando soon.