Hotel & Suites Quinta Magna
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... meeting spot for hotel chauffeur who was caught in traffic and 45 minutes late. We arrived at the Quinta Don Jose Boutique hotel and wouldn't you know it. The one time Mom isn't here they upgraded me to the suite. I don't know how much of a suite it is yet since I can't get in until 2pm but it's $50 bucks more a night. I had a nice continental breakfast for $5 (free after today) and I've been napping out by the pool. I checked in with Mom and told her how nice it was ( not ...
... which are paper mache covered clay pots that are filled with candy. Some are the forms of animals or stars and last night was even a snow man. They were suspended out in the street in front of Josť's home on a pulley and the kids, some blind folded, swung furiously at the bobbing figure in order to break the pot to release the treasured candy inside. These clay pots are not easily broken. ...
... s Bolero). The second half were dance companies and partners from towns all over Mexico performing to a live professional orchestra which it too specialized in Danzon.
After an enjoyable evening with friends the bus took us on the one hour trip back to Ajijic and we stepped back into our house at the stroke of midnight. Today the bus returns to the Diana Theater for the Met's simulcast broadcast of Tosca.
... which is a members only club but is opened to the public for a small admission. They have developed preferential areas for foreigners who visit in caravans from Canada and the U.S. When we arrived, we were greeted by Rafa, one of the owners, who showed us around to the eucalyptus steam rooms, the thermal heated pool and regular pool, tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, and the club house that has pool tables, and such. This weekend will ...
... we were giving directions in our heavily-accented Spanish. Just in case you need to be reminded, when you talk to kids, it has to be pretty clear and pretty fast. Talking quickly means not paying attention to the grammar! Yikes. Whatever we said worked, as the kids did a great job.
One week later, we went back and the kids were there early, looking forward to finishing their little Carnaval clowns. We spent another morning working on ...