Hotel Express Mision Celaya
Travel Blogs from Celaya
... life is much slower so it really does not matter. And there are the positives... I will just send the mail home with Greg when he leaves Monday.
Lastly, our date night was great! Greg and I met up with our friends, S and G, outside Pueblo Viejo Hotel. Azotea is a modern rooftop restaurant and bar above Pueblo Viejo. It has a wonderful terrace where we enjoyed a couple of margaritas and cocktails. I was impressed with the sleek red awnings ...
... Garden (www.elcharo.org). Located about 15 minutes north of town, we took a taxi high up into the hills for an afternoon of hiking. The nature preserve has a vast collection of cacti, flowers, and plants. Many varieties of birds make their home in the preserve. (You can take a special bird watching tour and tour of the grounds, but we had limited time and wandered on our own.) The ...
I had my first tennis lesson this morning at Weber.. whew, it wore me out! I am not used to the mile high altitude and an hour of singles was a true workout, and it was well worth the 300 pesos (about $23) for a private tennis lesson. I worked with Walter on my backhand and serve, and yes, the rooster crowed as I walked into the facility!
Back for a second week of Spanish tutoring.. we ...
... gift, while another guest had brought Dom Perginon! I need not say more about how I felt..
We stayed three hours enjoying the most sunny day and flawless hospitality. The kids (and their play dates) were ready to go by the end. F.Y.I., someone had thought it was a good idea to pour water down the slide and almost all the kids at the party were filthy! So, we exited and took the girls' friends home which just happened to be on ...
... of Mexico is 115 million people. About ten percent of the population (12 million of those people) does not identify itself (or consider its nationality to be) Mexican. During the census a few years ago, these indigenous peoples stated their nationality according to their Indian group. (examples: "Yo soy Otomi." "Yo soy Maya.") Two thirds of these Indian groups speak their native indigenous language and Spanish (and some no Spanish at ...
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- Business Services
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- Free parking