Quinta Del Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... stories and agreed to stay in touch. We came home early to prep for our dinner party tomorrow - Deb ended up borrowing some serving dishes from Catherine - what would we do without them? We've been hoping to have dinner on the patio tomorrow night so Deb's has rearranged the entire layout to accommodate the large dinner table - chances are that rain may rear it's ugly head about dinner time so we've got our fingers crossed.
... in stores already wrapped. Do not give marigolds as they symbolize death. Do not give red flowers as they have a negative connotation. White flowers are a good gift as they are considered uplifting. 41. Gringos: Don’t ruffle your feathers if you are called a gringo. There’s no other word for an American. Most foreign residents here have appropriated the term, and call themselves gringos. 42. If you are passing someone in the street, you don’t ...
... in defeat in World Cup soccer on our Shaw Cable box (how this happens is still quite a mystery) while Deborah attended the weekly / 1-hour Zumba session that happens here at Vista Allegra three days a week. This was Deb's first Zumba attempt but apparently she's quite pleased with this and is hopefully going to be a regular participant for the next three weeks or so. Tonight was supposed to be a billiards night for me with some of the guys that I ...
We had the honor of being invited to a friend's daughter's wedding and reception fiesta which usually is an all afternoon/all night affair. We did not attend the wedding since it was in our small Catholic Church San Andres but opted to join in the celebrating at the reception held at ...
... on the back of a burro and Joseph arrive at a home accompanied by angels and other biblical characters and a hoard of kids and their family. Next a history of the event is read and songs are sung. Last night the singers were accompanied by an accordion and guitar player. As the story goes they are refused shelter. After this scene then the Fiesta begins with more singing and Piņatas are ...