Quinta Las Flores
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... in the small rural schools. We saw two of the teachers that we visited last week, so it was cool to see them again! The last classroom was with preschool teachers. They were all between the ages of 17-23, so the youngest of the classrooms. Both the second and third classroom had teachers in them that did not have a college degree and were still working on achieving their college degree with the help of Conafe. The first classroom everyone in there said they already ...
... in for her to contact customers. Her business varies by the day of the week from Mon-Thur she sells mainly to individuals and about 20% of her business is events such as funerals. Fri-Sun it is just the opposite where events make up the majority of her business.
She currently has 5 workers that are paid based on their functions in the company. In her busy times she may employ up to 10 people. Her busiest times are Easter and Christmas, she also does good ...
... see the pyramids, we had guides take us around and tell us the history of the gods and why the pyramids were there and such. It was very fascinating and I would definitely enjoy learning more about this topic.
While most people went to go and climb the pyramids, Erin and I decided that we would hit up the little shops instead as I'm still struggling ...
... s which now houses the Museo Regional Cuauhnáhuac. It was the Palace of the Spaniard Cortes which was built on top of an ancient pyramid that was demolished by Cortes. There are many works of art and artifacts from Mexico's past there. We went upstairs and saw a huge mural painted by created by Diego Rivera that reflect both Morelos and Mexican history. It was extremely interesting and this time I did bring my camera! Can't wait until the next adventure!
... butterfly sanctuary. Every year, all the monarchs fly from Canada down to these specific trees in Mexico to mate. The males mate with two females, then die nine days later. The females make the long trip home, lay their larvae, and die. The offspring then follow the trail of their ancestors back down to Mexico the following year. So the next time you see a monarch, just think of how exhausted it must be. We saw blankets of butterflies at a watering hole, then paid ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool