Hotel Terranova Zona Piel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Okay, everyone, I've made it through my first session! My week wasn't nearly as bad as some other people's because I did so much work last weekend. Monique, the other student living with me, went home on Saturday, so I'm all alone. Well, not really, because there's always family here, it's quite the busy household, but I feel a little alone without her here any more. :( We both plan on coming back to this house next ...
... guest musicians. What was unique about that is that they were 13 and 14 years old. One played the guitar, one the violin, and the last the piano. They were awesome, plus they were fun to watch because they weren't as posed as the members of the symphony. The last thing they did was play the music from The Sorcerer's Apprentice while the corresponding clip from the Disney movie played on a screen above them.
We left the theater to find ...
... to die for. I noticed immediately that there are many more cafes, and more English spoken also (although, still prodiminently Spanish).
We arrived at our lovely little B&B, nestled into a back alley behind the Teatro Pirincipal. We were dropped off by the taxi at the front of the Teatro, and had to walk up a few flights of stairs to get into the alleyway (certainly gave these smokers lungs a work out!!). We rang the doorbell ...
Very soon we found out why this is the most visited city by Mexicans in Mexico. There is so much to see and so many nice things to see that it is really hard to describe. Just come here and find out yourself or at least have a look at some pictures. If you like historical cities and lots of art, this is the place to come.
We were really lucky that we lost our way driving into the giant tunnel system under the city.This tunnel system is a ...
... to bring back!
We also went to a hot springs called Los Escondidos. The weather was kind of chilly and it was rainy out, but we were able to go anyway. I was really surprised about how different the hot springs were. There were little dome buildings with water inside of them. The water poured in from a large hole in the wall or ceiling and it was all enclosed. It was a really interesting feeling. I liked it because it kept us really warm, but it was also hard ...