Ixtapan De La Sal Marriott Hotel, Spa & Convention Center
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... start we spent Monday visiting with more of Carlos' family, this time on his father's side in Las Brisas and Chiconcuac. Everyone we met was open and hospitable and it was a pleasure to get to see a side of Mexico that is hidden from the average tourist. Monday also happened to be Carlos and Carya's 7th wedding anniversary and we had a lovely Italian dinner on a balcony overlooking the cathedral in downtown Cuernavaca.
The next day (Tuesday), we had a delicious ...
... and I guess more so in these small towns there really isn't an opening time. I had seen one on the Avenida de los Plateros that I decided to go back to. Cost me only $5 to check my emails, update Facebook, and reply ti a few messages; not too bad. I had received an email from Natalia that she had finally made it to my hotel in Mexico City by 12pm the previous day when I left; too funny. And asked me when I'd be returning to D.F. (Districto Federal) ...
... over a game. It is a place to get comfy. Michelle ordered a 'Bertha’, made with honey, lime, tequila, and soda. it was very nice and fresh. Dave stuck with Modelo Negro (obsquera/dark) beer which seems to be everywhere. Jazzy music played in the background. A table overlooking the street opened up and we moved there for our dinners. Dave ordered the falafel plate which promised tabbouleh. The tabbouleh was missing in action but the plate was delicious just the ...
... 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 ...
... asked him for a good place to get a drink, then suggested he join us, thinking, she said, that he'd decline out of politeness. So it went like this: "Want to join us for a drink?" "Oh, no no no no, I couldn't. No. Thank you. Wellll, OK!" His name was Juan Barrio and he'd been a tour guide for years and spoke English pretty well. We got his whole story - kids, jobs, etc. It was kind of interesting, but once he started in on asking about boyfriends, it was time to go.