Hacienda El Santuario Centro
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... GravityWorks circus school. It's a characterful warehouse studio on top of an apartment block. And I really mean 'on top' .... We climb the stairs to the second floor of the apartment, then another set of metal stairs onto the first flat roof, around the corner and up more wobbly stairs to the next roof, then more stairs to find the studio built on top of the 3rd roof. Despite the quirky location, Ceci and her troupe are amazing and ...
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4. The Local Economy - Mexicans, and some English speaking people too, who live and make their living in San Miguel....
5. The campos - the countryside, the Mexicans who live in extreme poverty, by our standards, in the countryside - no running water or electricity -- no doors on their houses, or locks for their doors - I guess that ...
... Senor Mexico Dave
There are billions of people in the world
that are living in extreme poverty...
FOR WHERE YOU WERE BORN,
FOR WHERE YOU ARE,
FOR WHO YOU ARE,
FOR WHAT YOU ARE,,AND
FOR WHAT YOU HAVE....
FOR WE ARE THE FORTUNATE ...
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... Katie had an invite to climb with her buddy, Will McDonald at El Salto. I decided to take the other two kids to Spanish mass at the Parroquia, the cathedral on the main square. I enjoy living in a Latino community so much as emphasis is on the family. On this Sunday, the priest invited all the children up to the altar and spoke to them as they sat at his feet. His sermon, in my limited ...