Hotel Antigua Posada

Address: Galeana No. 69, Cuernavaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cuernavaca

After All This Time!

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 26, 2014

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... computer and headed toward the back porch. Along the way I met Fernando, the husband, who had been asleep when I arrived the night before and had left for work before I had woken up. He's was very nice, showing me the easier way to the porch, telling me to yell if I needed anything at all. While I was out there, their daughter, Fernanda, arrived with her husband and their little girl, who's a month older than my youngest nephew. She was cute, and had ...

Secundaria Visit

A travel blog entry by hangnl18 on Jan 21, 2014

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... for pictures we took of them.
We also visited another Secundaria School that was the next building over, but this one was way smaller and is only open in the mornings. In the afternoons it is open for adults who want to get an education. The rooms and class sizes were a lot smaller, but yet the class size of 38 was still more than in the US.
Tonight Molly, Melissa, and I went to el centro to shop! We found some good deals and got most on my list, but the rest I ...

Kind of a Nutty Day

A travel blog entry by tim.gerdmann on Jan 21, 2014

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... the same process is done manually to ensure quality. Prior to the machine sorting being introduced it took all day to sort 300kg of peas now with using the machine in conjunction with the manual sorting it takes an hour to do the same amount.

The peas are then soaked to soften them and rinsed to ensure they are clean. They are fried in canola oil for about 6 minutes, drained and then whatever seasoning that is needed for that particular ...

Day 14- January 15

A travel blog entry by emilyhausher on Jan 15, 2014

... students into grade levels.

These schools were so interesting to see. The first one had older students between the ages of maybe 7-14. The second school was for kindergarteners. Something that really caught my attention was the fact that these teachers stay at the school during the week and they sleep there. The parents of the students have a PTO like we have back home, and they make sure the teacher has ...

Italian Coffe, the Brady Museum and Espresso!

A travel blog entry by tim.gerdmann on Jan 09, 2014

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... of Frida.

We then went to a small restaurant next to the Cathedral and had some great appetizers. I am not a fan of guacamole but this was amazing, if it was like this in the US I would get it every time! While we were there two more students from our group walked by and joined us, Doneen and Jamee. We shared our food with them as there was too much for the three of us to eat.

It was a great day, I saw some world famous art and truly enjoyed myself. ...