Real de Minas San Miguel de Allende
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... than typical mescal which is 50% alcohol and rougher in the throat than tequila.
The three types of tequila are:
Blanco or Silver which is totally clear and less than 2 months old.
Reposada which is aged from 2 months to 1 year in oak barrels, either American or French, which can affect the taste.
Anejo which is aged up to 2 years in oak and has more of a whisky nose and taste.
... more white corpbuscles to carry oxigen through out the body - that is a good thing... ..
8. Living at a higher altitude apparently extends a person's life so that they live longer.
Previously, in a previous travelblog, I have mentioned that at a free lunch for the old, elderly poor, that there is 4 or 5 tables filled with people (all women) that are 95+ in age..
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... in with the cooking. Katie and Thomas enjoyed themselves and played so well with Stacy's kids and the cousins. Stacy's pumpkin pie (some with pecans and some plain) was a huge hit... Thomas ate three pieces! (Caroline really enjoyed it later at home.)
Maria purchased the same bobble-head turkeys for the kids. We laughed that we both had the same idea for Thanksgiving. It was special; we felt so welcomed and loved so far away from home. Happy Thanksgiving to all!
... and we have no after school activities. So, Katie, Caroline and Thomas all had playmates at our house today. The kids all ended up making a movie on the iPad together. Thomas and Maddie have the same silly sense of humor and play together so well. Caroline had Maya over to play and they love electronic games together. Katie and Valaria are joint movie directors as well as actors and engage so well in their movie project together.
... not belong to any particular church are willing to help others, and that’s really the essence of Christianity...."
I thought it was such an interesting story that I had to share parts of the article.
After church, we went to the Jardin, the town square. (I needed small change. Yesterday, I was out of small pesos when we took a taxi to a Saturday "comida" party (school friends) in the ritzy ...