Hotel Spa Posada Tlaltenango
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... on that day so the church would be occupied a good part of the day.
Heading out of the museum Henry double checked when he was leaving, and good thing he did! He had 6PM in his head because the time on the ticket was in military time (16:00) and he had about 20 minutes to catch his bus! Luckily he was only about a 10 minute walk away so we said good bye and I went to check out the silver. I didn't plan to buy anything, so I just walked around ...
... this time we got the el pastor (chicken) put in it for the same price. I will definitely miss having this taco place within walking distance with cheap prices. I can't even count how many times we ate there mostly after the bars, but the owner recognized us every time after the first visit. When we left he said "see you tomorrow" but we had to tell him we were going back to the states in the morning but hopefully we would ...
Today the education students drove about an hour out of Cuernavaca to meet with Conafe teachers. Conafe is an educational program, instituted by the government, to meet the educational demands of children who live in rural and disperse communities in Mexico. Once a month all of the Conafe teachers gather together for a meeting where they talk about issues that they faced in the past ...
... lot of fun and the music was great! Then it started getting a little scary when we were dancing and the Mexican guys started coming over and buying everyone more and more drinks to try and take advantage of us. Good thing we had a guy along and he got us all out of there and to a new, safe bar where people were salsa dancing everywhere. That bar was a lot of fun, too. It turned out to be a great night and I really enjoyed ...
... few exciting things occured on the road as well as off, we went to KFC (one of many along the road) and also bought bananas from a lady selling them at the traffic lights (6 for a dollar and they were very tasty!). Finally at around 1pm we arrived at Teotihuacan which is the area where the Aztec pyramids reside. These were built around 100BC and at their time were the biggest of their kind and the area the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet