Bajo el Volcan
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for some kind of ceremony so we grabbed lunch in a restaurant over-looking the main plaza and said church. We tried the church after lunch, but it was still packed so we headed to a little museum that focused on one of the guys that made it big in silver in Taxco, and put Taxco on the map because of its silver. He also financed the building of the church we were attempting to tour. In the museum I asked about the church--apparently there was a ...
... of charge. There is no electricity and the only running water is at a long set of sinks at one end of the camp. The camp does have a school system in it that tries to provide for the children. We gave the kindergarten the left over toys from the three kings celebration to use as rewards in class. The other children were given soccer balls and they truly enjoyed them. For about an hour we played with them, it was amazing to ...
... for better weather than what we had today. It felt like 80 and it was beautiful and sunny. Perfect tanning weather in my opinion! Even though the air temperature was hot, the water temp was super chilly. I only put my feet in a few times because I wasn't brave enough to face the cold water. It was fun just laying out in the sun, tanning, and listening to music with everyone today. ...
... We peered inside and were amazed by what we saw. A beautiful paradise filled with trees and flowers and a lovely house. Wow. What a pleasant surprise!
Juana took us on a tour of the house and we were delighted with the cleanliness and elegance of our 'new' house and gardens.Rather than write a lot about the house, I'll let you read the blurb written by the owner about the house, and everything in it is true.
... why we were leaving? Only as a joke, he was very friendly and helped us a bit with our stay there, getting our laundry done by one of the housekeepers under the table because the hotel charges so much. He even hailed us a cab and told the cabbie which bus station to take us to to get to Puebla. The bus station Oro was only a short distance away, I purchased tickets for the 2pm bus. It would take 3 hours to get to Puebla so we stocked up on drinks, ...