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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... dance are only 2 hours a week, so those teachers only get 4 hours a week when you add up both sessions they teach. There are typically between 50-60 students in the classroom for one teacher. The students here have to take a test to get in the school and the school only takes the best scores. Once the students are accepted they have to take a test every year to determine if they can stay or get kicked out. We got to visit a couple of classrooms and you could just tell you ...
... was done, we went to our favorite bar on what we now call "bar street". On this one street in the centro, there are probably 20 different bars to go to. This cute lil chubby old man (like my dad's age) owns it. He is so funny and he always talks to us when we go there. I think It's awesome that he keeps random drunks and street vendors from coming over to our table and bothering us! Once ...
... Valentine's day, Day of the Dead, Mother's day and the Virgin of Guadalupe Day. She also has regular customers such as restaurants that decorate their interiors with her flowers and event organizers who use her exclusively.
Her business is based mainly on cash in advance or at the time of delivery and unlike the underground businesses she can accept credit/debit cards. She is a unique example of an above ground business in the company of mainly underground businesses.
... between the Mexicans and Americans. He explained to me that the majority of the world lives more like the Mexicans than like the Americans. The majority of the world procreates in mass amounts and lives day to day when it comes to economic resources. I never thought about it as much as I did with our conversation, I always assumed that these few poor countries needed our help and the world needed to step in and clean up these environments. He helped ...
... s which now houses the Museo Regional Cuauhnáhuac. It was the Palace of the Spaniard Cortes which was built on top of an ancient pyramid that was demolished by Cortes. There are many works of art and artifacts from Mexico's past there. We went upstairs and saw a huge mural painted by created by Diego Rivera that reflect both Morelos and Mexican history. It was extremely interesting and this time I did bring my camera! Can't wait until the next adventure!