Casa de Siete Balcones
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in the North. We have such a strong sense of personal space. When I first arrived and was waiting in line at the grocery store to buy some milk I was giving the person in front of me the usual American amount of space. The women who showed up in line next decided that I must have still been shopping or something was wrong with me and she just cut line. I was a bit peeved but not in a position to say anything about it. Needless to say after that I got right ...
... ad humanly possible in a taxi and heading to the cemetery to drink mescal with the locals and celebrate the lives that have passed in the most amazing ways, mariachi and banda bands moving all over the graves and playing for families who had decorated their loved ones in flowers that only bloom this time of year, bright oranges, pinks and yellows with candles and tributes. Day of the dead is not just one day but a succession of parades of children teenagers and ...
After realizing that not many Mexicans speak American, we traveled to a the historic city of Oaxaca to take a crash course in Spanish. Along with daily Spanish courses, the school organised a home stay for us. Our hosts Mario and Patricia have been taking in students for 20 years. Oaxaca has strong ties with the Aztecs and many of their ...
... between innings, learned to identify some of the players, and vowed to return again. Whatever you think about baseball, it’s hard to beat sitting outside on a beautiful evening, spending time with family and/or friends. I’ve since returned to four more games and we have been following the Guerreros’ results online.
Mother’s day in Mexico was the Friday before Mother’s Day in the States. As ...
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Before he had gone to university, still in his early twenties, Chatwin had made himself Sotheby's expert on the Impressionists. In the remaining years of his short life, he went everywhere, knew everyone (once escorting Jackie O. To the opera), and had an encyclopedic knowledge of books and art. Like Orwell, he was a master of prose style who was fascinated equally by words and objects -- but rather more rare ...