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Mike

May 21, 2001, 2:45 PM

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: Posted by jennifer rose on Abril 29, 2001 at 01:07:39:<p>: Your ISP Address: (148.246.17.38) <p>: In Reply to: Absolute best place in Mexico for Holiday? posted by Don on Abril 27, 2001 at 15:27:09:<p>: Swing down toward Zitacuaro, staying at the Rancho San Cayetano, and driving back to Morelia through the spectacularly awesome Mil Cumbres road. <p>Has anyone stayed at Rancho San Cayetano recently and can tell about their experience? We were there 6 years ago, and it was a wonderfully relaxing place, with great food and a marvelous hostess, Sra. Lisette Span. But there's very little to do, except use it as a base for visiting the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuaries, or driving around the region.<p>



jennifer rose

Jun 9, 2001, 1:41 AM

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You couldn't find much to do in and around Zitacuaro? Y'know, Angangueo does have a life beyond the butterflies and their season. It's got a lot of history as a mining town, long before the butterflies were discovered. Have you seen Casa Parker? How about El Bosque Dam and its sportfishing, Enando's waterfall, hiking in the mountains, and just plain ol' moseying around? Zitacuaro in and of itself bears some exploration, and each of the surrounding villages and burgs has an interesting story.


ileana tellez

Nov 15, 2001, 2:09 PM

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: You couldn't find much to do in and around Zitacuaro? Y'know, Angangueo does have a life beyond the butterflies and their season. It's got a lot of history as a mining town, long before the butterflies were discovered. Have you seen Casa Parker? How about El Bosque Dam and its sportfishing, Enando's waterfall, hiking in the mountains, and just plain ol' moseying around? Zitacuaro in and of itself bears some exploration, and each of the surrounding villages and burgs has an interesting story.<p>
 
 
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