Mexico Travel Journal Winter 2017 p25

El Acuducto, built in 1785 by Bishop Fray Antonio de San Miguel to bring water to Morelia consists of 253 arches and measures 1810 meters.  Local stone was quarried from the village of Santa María.  El Acuducto was  built along the Calle Real, (“Royal Road”), now Madero Avenida. There was an open air cafe at the foot of the…

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Mexico Travel Journal Winter 2017 p24

From Pázcuaro, we took an ETN first class bus to Morelia, capital city of Michoacán.  We learned that the ETN fares were just a bit higher than Primo Plus, but were far more comfortable.  There are only 36 seats on ETN, the air conditioners always work, (despite the gas crisis), and the bathrooms are pristine.…

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