There's a nice piece in the travel section of today's NY Times on the Mexican city of Morelia, in Michoacán, which I visited last spring. The NY Times piece uses the angle of following in the footsteps of Wallace Stegner's character, Susan Ward (and her real-life inspiration), in Angle of Repose. Funny, it's one of my all-time favorite novels and yet I hardly remembered that the main characters in the novel visited Mexico, much less Morelia. It was a brief section and I read the book a long time ago, certainly long before I'd even dreamed of visiting Mexico. Anyway, nice piece and a nice reminder of my visit. However, I must point out that the article neglected to mention in its "What to See" section one of my favorite spots, the Museo de Dulce - the candy museum. Best hot chocolate I've tasted in my life (made me absolutely high, too!) and interesting history of sweets in Mexico. Shouldn't be missed.