Fiesta Inn Celaya
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... debauchery, going crazy and doing other things, which I will not mention... These so called Xmas parties are more like get-to-gathers.. I have long passed that stage in my life when I go to real parties that involve wild drinking, dancing, debauchery, going
crazy and doing other things, which I will not mention - Thank God......
I have put up Xmas decoration outside of my place - I will include pictures of them in my next travelogue blog. I am ...
... to use our Spanish. We started classes on Tuesday, 12/17 and went through the week. We're now taking a week off so we can explore the area, and will probably start class again next week. The classes are 2 hours a day, and H & A are in one by themselves with Prof. Luis. They've been doing crafts (piñatas) and learning songs and greetings. They seem to be enjoying them and say they want to go back. We've been doing mornings at Parque Juarez, then class, then nap time ...
... American villages, towns and cities
in the Spanish speaking part of the world - 27 different countries, in
South, Central and North America and Africa and Europe - have a central plaza..,
The central/principle plaza is the center of the village, town or city..
Usually the central plaza is referred to as the Zocola.
In San Miguel, it is referred to as the Jardin..
Spanish cities have more than one plaza, they can have ...
... home! Tonight, Thomas (my bed partner) was sobbing at bed time. He is upset because "he is missing Christmas." He wants to be home to decorate the house, put ornaments on the tree, go the MegaCavern and Nutcracker, etc. Poor thing.. I told him we would do it all. Here in San Miguel, I purchased bolletos for the GravityWorks (circus) Nutcracker performance at the Angela Peralta theatre. Two of Caroline's close friends are in it; most of ...
... starting making her enchiladas verdes in the morning... she had several pots of boiling chickens in the kitchen. She also prepared mexican rice, beans, guacamole, fresh salsa, cheese quesadillas (for the kids), fruit salad, cookies, and brownies. I created nine candy bowls and "trick or treat" stations on our dead-end, uphill street, Callejon de Quijote, in which we are the first house. Francisca never left the house cooking ...