Ixtapan De La Sal Marriott Hotel, Spa & Convention Center
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... of a mariachi band floated up to serenade us. This is a town we could stay in for a while.
The rest of the trip we chilled out on the activities a little, though we did go back to downtown Cuernavaca to check out Jardín Borda, a large garden area with lots of fountains, and the Robert Bradley museum, a fancy house that used to belong to the real life most interesting man in the world. It was filled with masks and artifacts from around the world and was arranged ...
... Michelle stuck with a burrito loaded with vegetables.
The continental breakfast at Mi Casita was one large croissant and a pot of coffee. Nothing too filling or exciting but this gave us a reason to plan a lunch date for Shasha’s. But first we had to wander the market, which flows down from Borda square along a labyrinth of steps and alleys.This is where locals shop for their provisions and we wonder how the really old people in town walk these ...
... joined the conversation. The second Manuel used his phone to look up google maps to help us with best route over the back roads to Cuernavace. He also told us where the best hotel in town was located. He was spot on with both his directions and hotel recommendation.
Thanks again, Manuel!
We stumbled upon a good little 'comeda' lunch place where we ate ...
... the other side of the highway, so by the time we got to a little store way up in the mountains, we were so hungry we just had chips and cookies for dinner! It got more rural with little settlements here and there of a few stores, bars and houses. It was really pretty and a lot different than what I'd seen so far - huge dark green mountains rising up and mist hanging in the valleys. At one part there was a long wall that went on for a quarter mile with a big gate in the middle on ...
... astronomers from all over the area. They met here to see an eclipse, study the stars, and to align/calibrate all of their different calendars. They built structures that could align the sunlight depending on if it was equinox, solstice, summer, fall, spring, winter. They also had an underground area for the astronomers that had a hole in the ceiling that during the summer months allowed the sun to stream down into it perfectly. They also had ...