Parador Del Rio
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... called out from the intercom and a few moments later my hosts, a husband and wife (and their little dog Luna), emerged.
They couldn't have been nicer, touring me around their gorgeous property that felt more like a tropical jungle than a traditional house. The components of the house and casita lay around the edges of the property while the middle and right side of the property were covered with lush vegetation. A twenty-five foot wall spanned ...
... our hostel, and then Julie's friend, CÚsar, picked us up, and we headed to a soccer game. Now, coincidentally enough, and I might have already mentioned this, but Julie went to SEMO and CÚsar had studied abroad there so it was kind of a weird/good feeling to get into a car in Mexico and see SEMO stickers in the windows. Another of Julie's friends from SEMO also came in for the weekend and turned out I know his brother. It was a little ...
... location (I'm the closest to school as far as I know--about a 2 minute walk, all down hill). So, if it wasn't for this crazy amount of homework, I'd be having a great time! But, that being said, I am enjoying the experience, the other students are awesome. Alright, I officially have just under 8 hours to sleep to get a good start to the week. Nice. I'll try to post something again next week. Happy 4th of July to all!!
... somehow or spanish passes and we get into our room. For dinner we pick a lonley planet choice that (according to our luck isnt open), so we grab some street food and have some beers in a bar that serves good beer, cheap, plays good music and is very close to our hostel. Result! The next day we wander the city taking in the spectacular architecture (especially the theatre with roman-style columns) and the markets before heading back to cook dinner. This is hampered ...
... a story I only recall from reading a children's version many years ago. It reminded me of pacing through the Renoir exhibition in Paris with a special man I met there almost this time last year. I was really impressed and felt somewhat guilty for never researching mexican painters. I could imagine so many of them on my walls when I have my own house.
Every time we went inside a church or museum, we tied Brody up on the closest (and strongest) thing ...
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