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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of hanging papier- mache dolls full of candy.
All in the name of Joseph and Mary who arrived at the posada on a rented burro that was quickly whisked away to make an ass of himself at another posada. Prayers were said and then a guitar and accordion accompanied a special song ...
... 15 we have access to the various swimming pools and an awesome series of spa pools and a temazcal (traditional sweat lodge). We're moved along every 15 minutes or so through jacuzzi type pools filled with sea water, flower petals, coffee, and various other concoctions. At one pool we are provided with oatmeal to slather over ourselves which meant the pool had the slightly squishy feeling of being in a giant bowl of porridge but left our skin silky smooth. Just ...
... br> Following that, walked round all the sites (as predicted had some pretty impressive buildings but only took around an hour) before meeting up with Elizabeth, and then through a bad bit of Metro navigation, ended up doing the whole line north, then all the way back south, before getting off three stops from where we actually started - I counted and we ended up doing 35 stops just to go a little bit down the road! When we got off, it was the nephew of the ...
... were still many people seated inside, although there was no service being held. Outside the church gates were several vendors selling food and trinkets. There were also many people who had built Lady Guadalupe shrines inside and outside their homes. Some of them had groups of people praying to the image.
Although there was a band lined up ...
... an "alarm clock app" for my iPhone and set the clock for 5:30 rise and shine. On schedule we got ourselves out of bed, walked down the "back way" - and with a little prodding, Deb consented to try the "local" bus so that we didn't have to walk to the pickup spot in Ajijic which would normally have been a 20 minute walk. So for 6P each, about $0.48 we got to ride to with the locals.
We arrived an hour early (which ...