La Villa del Ensueno Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... rotunda in the centre. Some Mexican dudes in red costumes were playing music, then did some acrobatics by hoisting themselves up this huge pole on ropes, all quite entertaining! For lunch, we browsed the eateries off the square, choosing a typical Mexican place - wood and hide chairs at tables with very bright checked cloths. The Moneterrey Saloon had a wide shady verandah, so the perfect spot for lunch. Our order was lost in translation though, as we received a ...
... of people behind the image. Many carrying small children dressed up as little Mexican men and women. Everyone entered in to the church for service. Afterwards, the party began.
We got to seethe Aztec Indians performing a traditional dance in front of the church, as a beating drum kept the cadence for them. The church doors were open, ...
... got met on board by the Federali's for questioning - what a guy. We had heard so many positive stories about this Ana Kabande, Everyone spoke so highly of her that she has to be considered the best concierge in the Chapala/Ajijic area and should never be overlooked for those visiting the area. She's even told me that she's bringing me some of the "best tamale's in Ajijic" on Thursday from one of the local stores.....because I just ...
... Chapala, you will see one of the brightest, most lively works of art anywhere, and it is owned with pride by the people of Tepehua.
The board members of Tepehua want to thank the artists who traveled a long way on their own time and money and understand that “art brings light.”
The Tepehua Community Center has been in operation for about ...
... to speak and understand Spanish.I guess that that is understandable considering we don't hear or use it for 8 months. By starting our trips with a week or two of Spanish lessons, it really helps to get us back into the groove and move forward a little with our ability to communicate with others. We also enjoy meeting new people who are either teaching or studying Spanish. An option that most language schools offer is to stay with a local family. Usually we are pretty pampered ...