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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... John even took us into one of the edgier bars on Colon - apparently a transvestite cabaret bar that puts on different shows each week - this was a pass.
Once you get to the end of Colon you reach the Malecon - which in most Mexican towns is a long public walkway that usually runs parallel to the water. Lots of the locals frequent these malecon's on national holidays and weekends to picnic or play music. Ajijic by the way has a ...
... over gifts and rude for people to figure out "who paid what?” 24. When taking out a cigarette, gum, candy or packed snack, one should offer every other person in the room. I would not say this was general in a big party, but a small group of people. 25. When offering something, especially food, Mexicans will often repeat the offer several times and with increasing enthusiasm. Offering something only once can be rude. It is not impolite to refuse such ...
... but it was great to have some Pacifico beer and appies while we watched the "spanish" broadcast of this match. While I couldn't understand a word that was said, the inflection in the mexican broadcaster's voice made this match way more exciting than watching this on NBC.
I had told everyone in attendance that secretly I was pulling for Netherlands based on my Dutch heritage. It just seemed ...
... artist abilities and make connections to others of the same level of playing and in the end produce something quite amazing. Every day we were met with challenges. Scheduling, meals, housing, problems with instruments, BUT in the end it all came together. As always everyone involved did their best to contribute to this outstanding performance. The music and videos will show that these ...
... Hispanic era. It is said that a pair of colorfully outfitted masked dancers played an important role in the ancient rituals practiced to garner favor from the deities ruling over the four elements – earth, air, water and fire.
Here are some Pictures from Yesterdays parade. Living in the village the parade was just 1/2 block from our house.