Atotonilco el Viejo Hotel Resort & SPA
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... Amarilla.Fin'ora il viaggio piu' veloce e un po' preoccupante pero' e' anche in questi momenti che si e' fieri di dividerli con un buon amico con cui riderci sopra.
Arriviamo sani e salvi e con stomaci "accappottati", e dopo una veloce spesa di cibarie varie,ci si mette alla ricerca di un posto per la tenda.Dopo varie ricerche,ma manco tante la verita',ci buttiamo nella terra di qualcuno,dato che non avevamo troppa scelta e li' rimaniamo per i nostri due giorni di campeggio ...
... not a messy experience.. And I was given a towel to dry off with.. . The "Unindoctrination" ceremony brought a sense of bliss, serenity and relief to me that was unbelievable. I no longer had to be concerned about spending an eternity in hell enduring excruciating pain, I no longer had to worry about doing something that might offend a cruel, vicious, punishing GOD,
And I realized that Heaven is life ...
... in with the cooking. Katie and Thomas enjoyed themselves and played so well with Stacy's kids and the cousins. Stacy's pumpkin pie (some with pecans and some plain) was a huge hit... Thomas ate three pieces! (Caroline really enjoyed it later at home.)
Maria purchased the same bobble-head turkeys for the kids. We laughed that we both had the same idea for Thanksgiving. It was special; we felt so welcomed and loved so far away from home. Happy Thanksgiving to all!
After walking the kids to school, my mom and I grabbed coffee and cinnamon rolls at Cafe Monet. She enjoyed seeing the kids' open courtyard school and morning routine. Greg worked out at the Lobo gym this morning with Ernesto. Mom and I walked through the Rosewood Hotel on the way back to the house; she was impressed with this luxury open air hotel (ranked by Conde Naste Traveler as #1 hotel in Mexico).
Off touring today! Greg rented a car from Bajio Go; ...
... parked and started exploring. We ate at Posada de las Minas.. an adorable, newly renovated old hacienda hotel (and one of two places on www.trip advisor.com) and had quite a delicious late breakfast. There were fountains and birds everywhere. We visited an art gallery, Galerie 6, where the kids loved all the variety of caged birds and a cat and a dog living there.
Then, finally to our mission of the trip: visiting an old silver ...