Hotel Villa Bejar and Spa Tequesquitengo
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... quarters wearing a shirt adorned with the 'Telitaxi' logo and from somewhere, he magic-ed up a rather battered taxi. We weren’t quite sure if it was the same Carlos – or maybe his brother? – but as the cost was little more than a couple of euros for the ride, we didn’t argue. We have subsequently taken two more trips into town because there is a lot to see.
We were particularly impressed by the Robert Brady Museum, which is in a ...
Many houses were full of European artwork, stained glass, tapestries and beautiful furniture. When the Jesuits and Franciscan missionaries came from Spain, a chapel with a bell tower or spire was built on the hacienda property.
During the time of the Mexican Revolution in 1910, many hacienda owner and their families 'ran for their lives' and left Mexico. The workers were left on the land and kept working the fields. The abandoned manor houses became the ...
... from above, like topographic maps. Next we drove on to Taxco (pronounced Tah-sko),an old silver mining town/ beautiful colonial city filled with white walls, Spanish style terra cotta rooftops, and terraces filled with pots of flowers. It also boasts the only Baroque cathedral in Mexico, filled almost exhaustingly with gold painted wood carvings of cherub babies and morbid, bloody Jesus figures. We ate on a rooftop terrace overlooking the square and the cathedral while ...
... at the U.S./Mexico border. These first trips focused on educating church groups across the United States on the conflicts taking place in war-torn Central American countries at the time and on the difficulties encountered by Central Americans fleeing persecution across the U.S./Mexico border. By the early 1990s, their mission had broadened as they developed deeper relationships in Mexican ...
... you for our senses
By which we hear the songs of birds,
And see the splendor of the summer fields,
And taste of the autumn fruits,
And rejoice in the feel of the snow,
And smell the breath of the spring.
Grant us a heart wide open to all this beauty;
And save our souls from being so blind