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Manzanillo History

With its fine natural harbors, Manzanillo was an important seaport even before the Spanish

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Colima Regional Museum of History

Colima Regional Museum of History

Address 1 Portal Morelos and Reforma St., Downtown, Colima, Col., 28000. Phone (312) 312 9228 — On the main Plaza

Admittance and Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 18:00. Admission fee $34 MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a $30 MXP fee if you are willing to shoot

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Mercado San Juan de Dios

Mercado San Juan de Dios – Guadalajara

Mercado San Juan de Dios or Mercado Libertad in central Guadalajara is sometimes called Taiwán de Dios due to it’s frantic pace and large size. An average of 20 thousand people pass thru the market every day among it’s 2600 businesses. The building is on three levels and covers over 44 thousand square meters. This is a place you spend days exploring. It has

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Cuyutlan Colima Salt

Cuyutlan Colima Salt

Sal de Cuyutlan – Colima – Mexico

One of Cuyutlan’s attractions is it’s Museo de la Sal – Salt Museum (sponsored by the University of Colima), which displays the processing involved in the extraction of sea salt and its history. Nearby along the train tracks there are many weathered wooden storage sheds that were used for warehousing the salt before shipping. During the Spanish colonialization of Mexico, Cuyutlan

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Balneario La Huerta

Balneario Aguas Calientes – La Huerta

Marcos and I drove up to La Huerta on highway 80 only with the idea of looking around town and maybe taking a side road or two. What we found was some very nice and helpful people in the Tourist Office (Oficina de Tourismo) just off the Plaza.

We knew about the Petroglyphs but had no idea where they were or how hard to

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