Posada el Jardin
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the entrance fee.
This museum is part of the Cultural Center Santo Domingo, composed of the church of Santo Domingo, ethnobotanical historic garden, the Fray Francisco de Burgoa Library and Public Hemeroteca of Oaxaca "Néstor Sánchez".
The Cultural Center is housed in the former convent of Santo Domingo, built between the sixteenth and seventeenth century by the Dominican Order. It is perhaps the largest and most important walk colonial ...
... and straight away he was into the Spanish, asking questions in Spanish and if we didn't follow would say again in English. He was an extremely friendly fellow, with a big smile and was so encouraging and positive all our nerves quickly disappeared. We arrived at Amigos del Sol Spanish school after a short drive and he gave us a tour and introduced us to our teacher Celso. There was no one else at the school today, we fixed ourselves a drink and went upstairs to ...
... a few pictures of Micah’s new smile, we all went back over to the sandbox to try our hands at tooth excavation. To no avail.
That night, when Leah was tucking Micah and Zola into bed, Zola said, “Mom, I’m not so sure I like the idea of a mouse coming into our bedroom at night and crawling around on Micah’s pillow.” You’ve got to appreciate that kind of perspective. Leah replied, “Yeah, Z, ...
Outside the cemetery were displays of intricately designed pictures made from sand, pigments, and flowers. As we made our way back to the center square, more crowds gathered and performers in indigenous garb rehearsed their dances off to the side of the soon-to-be stage. A high school band played music as the bleachers filled up. We found seats and, as dusk crept in, got to enjoy a fun display of dancing. Random, invisible ...
... about how good it was for us to force ourselves out of our comfort zones. We agreed that we have it so good in Bozeman, how insulated from inconvenience we are in the States. Lights out at 11 p.m.
Rooster calls woke me up at 4 a.m. I went back to sleep on and off for the next three hours, when Micah came in to our bedroom. Zola slept for another hour and a half while Leah and I unpacked our own bags and started to get settled. The sleep ...