Rancho Hotel El Atascadero
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... also my kind of guy...
He wears big, bright neon green sneakers. It isn't just his very expressive Zumba Dance Moves that he makes, it is the very expressive way that he does the moves... He puts a lot of energy and effort into his ZUMBA dances and dancing - it is almost like he is having sex, the frenzy that he goes into.. He is very popular......
I sort of wonder what it would be like to know him... Maybe he would be like John Travolta in ...
... It is famed for its traditional appearance and great architecture.
We left later than planned because the organizers were hung-over from the night before. But then we got back into the busses and were on our way to San Miguel. I ended up in a party bus and we stopped a few times to buy new alcohol. Later on I found out that this was only the case in my bus, in the other buses everyone was sleeping :D Anyways, it was fun but a bit strange to start ...
San Miguel de Allende was founded on 1531 (or so) on a site not far from the current town and moved to its present site in 1542. It is located on the Silver Route, stretching from Santa Fe down through these northern Mexico colonial cities, to Mexico City and finally to the coast and across the Atlantic to Spain. At one time 20% of the silver in the world came from mines at Guanajuato near San Miquel. There was no ore immediately around ...
... Moving onto the next bar we sat with one local who spoken broken English but we kept giving him money for the jukebox and asked him to play some typical Mexican cantina music - we loved it. The music gave such a good vibe and whilst drinking beers and tequila - we really got the Mexican vibe.
Whilst a cute city, like Puerto Vallarta, San Miguel del Allende was was full of older Americans and Canadians looking for somewhere to retire! Watch out for the walking ...
... and the challenges involved in adapting and adjusting to their new environment..
As a group, it is a proven fact, that immigrants to Canada, in general, do better than native born Canadians.. Of course it does take a certain type of person to immigrate, and that would be part reason for their higher success rate than native born Canadians...
Viva La Mexico
Adios Mis Compadres, Mis Amigos y Mis Compaņeros.
Senor Mexico ...