Fiesta Americana Hacienda San Antonio El Puente Cuernavaca
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- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... shopping before our departure from here on Sunday. I had a lovely day and in the evening, Carlos (or his brother?) donned the official t-shirt and took us into town where we sampled the night-life of this amazing place. It literally buzzes – thousands of local people throng the two main squares, guitars strum, people dance, bands play and everyone is so happy!
We went to a rather special restaurant overlooking the main square. Our table was on ...
... s history, by being out and about in the real world.
The second place that we visited was Cortes' 2nd hacienda, a sugar plantation, in the south end of Cuernavaca, in Atlacamulco.
We have always had an interest in finding and exploring old Mexican Haciendas. At one time, they were giant farms, 'ruled' by a Spaniard who had been given the land through a royal grant and workers, through a grant of indigenous people. Most of the haciendas that we have seen are away out ...
... settlement. We got to climb all over the ruins, which kept going and going, and even check out the observatory, a cave where they were able to track the calendar and the cosmos with unbelievable accuracy. Next we went to Las Grutas de Cacahuamilpa, the most incredible caves we will probably ever see. Giant monstrosities of stalagmites and stalagtites were lit up and left us in utter awe. Looking up at the ceiling was disorienting, and gave the illusion of looking down at ...
... main areas of focus: organizing a weekly prayer vigil, education, humanitarian aid, and advocating for legislative change. The weekly prayer vigil takes place every Tuesday evening along the Pan American Highway in Douglas, Arizona. Participants gather to remember and pray for those who have died crossing the border through Cochise County.
In 1988, BorderLinks began providing ...
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What do you think this word means??? I hope you think it means embarrassed, because it doesn't. You will be embarrassed if you use this word in the wrong context.
I just saved you from a major case of being embarazada when you come visit me in Mexico.
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