Hotel Parador del Cortijo Spa
Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende
... which had been my worry) and told her to wear a scarf and drink only warm liquids for her throat. He gave us a prescription for Naproxen, cough syrup and Cepacol cough drops. And since the pharmacy is attached to his office, all medicines were in hand and paid for with Dr. Ricard's bill (total 550 pesos) and we were out of there! WOW! For all the inefficiencies down here, this was far superior than home!
Caroline and I walked to Starbucks, just a block away, ...
... scientific notation seamlessly. I am glad because math is not subject and Katie's math curriculum here is not progressive and far lagging behind home. It also gives me more time to read with Thomas. We have been reading books on www.raz.com (his first grade reading assignments from SHMS) and it so great to have access to English beginner readers. He is coming along! Lastly, Caroline practices math skills from home on a few different iPad apps.
... the service at the coffee hour. Lucie Thomas the interim had been very helpful to us and we appreciated her thoughtful sermons. Jean did mention that there would be a breakfast following at Tio Lucas. We said good bye to John and Joel, whom I had seen the morning before at the Buen dia cafe.
We enjoyed the breakfast, with Joe, Joy (?) Jean, Steve and Claire. A much smaller group but we learned a lot about our different and ...
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Next, we sliced fresh dinner rolls (which you see everywhere here) and added Mexican basil, thyme, and garlic with olive oil on top for croutons. We also made parmesan croutons, my favorite, from shredding the cheese and baking for a mere 10 minutes on 300 degrees. Our salad vinaigrette was rice vinegar, honey and mustard in equal proportions.. delightful!
The salsa for the enchiladas ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services