Hotel Hacienda de Cortes

Plaza Kennedy No. 90, Cuernavaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62560-430, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Plaza Kennedy No. 90, Cuernavaca, is near Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana) and Paseo por el Centro Histórico.
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    Travel Blogs from Cuernavaca

    After All This Time!

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 26, 2014

    22 photos

    ... and enjoying the environment of street vendors and little shops, typically Mexican. I also happened across a rather American-looking mall, though it definitely had it's Mexican details. I also happened upon another plaza where there were temporary mini soccer fields set up for the next future soccer stars to practice their skills. The excitement's everywhere!

    After a good long walk around town, I decided my only choice was to stand in line ...

    Secundaria Visit

    A travel blog entry by hangnl18 on Jan 21, 2014

    37 photos

    ... dance are only 2 hours a week, so those teachers only get 4 hours a week when you add up both sessions they teach. There are typically between 50-60 students in the classroom for one teacher. The students here have to take a test to get in the school and the school only takes the best scores. Once the students are accepted they have to take a test every year to determine if they can stay or get kicked out. We got to visit a couple of classrooms and you could just tell you ...

    Random Mexico discussions

    A travel blog entry by erinsue on Jan 19, 2014

    ... between the Mexicans and Americans. He explained to me that the majority of the world lives more like the Mexicans than like the Americans. The majority of the world procreates in mass amounts and lives day to day when it comes to economic resources. I never thought about it as much as I did with our conversation, I always assumed that these few poor countries needed our help and the world needed to step in and clean up these environments. He helped ...

    Day 15- January 16

    A travel blog entry by emilyhausher on Jan 16, 2014

    3 photos

    ... her family for a couple of days. It was heartwarming to see how a community that has nothing is willing to give something to complete strangers who visit their schools. The people here in Mexico are unbelievably friendly and super kind. I wish the people in the United States would be like that more often than they are.

    On the way back to the Language Institute, we had the chance to go to a Mexican cemetery. This ...

    Doing business in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by tim.gerdmann on Jan 10, 2014

    ... to the US are important to both countries and how a retooling of NAFTA would benefit both the US and Mexico as well as Canada in competing with Asia and Europe.

    After that we went back to the same restaurant we visited yesterday in Cuernavaca for coffee and cake. It was a good time and helped me get ready for a busy weekend.