Rancho Hotel El Atascadero
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a few customers, maybe 4 or 5 customers, and maybe some muscians practicing their music or entertainers practicing their acts - chorus girls practicing their chorus line routines... The bars had no windows and were very dark, everyone looked good in them, and they were very well air conditioned, so that the blazing sun and swealtering heat outside was a completely different world and reality.. And when there is just a very few customers in a dark bar in ...
Mis Estimados Compadres,
Amigos y Compaņeros.
The Mexicans really love my flower hat, that I wear all of the time,.
Sometimes I think that I am better suited to life in Mexico than I am in Canada..
I am starting to speak Spanish, a little tiny bit, with Mexicans..
They seem to get a really big kick out of my Spanish,
and, unbelieveably, ...
... Run" stage but am getting lots of practice with basic things by talking with shop owners, asking for directions and trying to decipher the cost of items.
This evening, Cathy, Ellen, Jonathan and I went to the Instituto for dinner and music. Wow and wow again. The performers were Gil Gutierez, Mexican guitarist, Gilbert Hernandez, Cuban keyboardist, Alberto Solis, Mexican tenor, and ...
... de Dios Mercado, at least 6 or 7 blocks away...
Note: the San Juan de Dios Mercado is a Mexican market place of many small shop that is 4 or 5 square blocks in size - I really like the location of my place in San Miguel - it is very close to a lot of things that I am interested in...
Trains going by sound like they are only a block or two away.. The train tracks are at least 3 kilometers away - Guatamalans get a free train ride by riding on top ...
... physically active was impressive,
unless of course they were lying about their age - but I had the feeling that the people at the tables were self-monitoring the age of the people that were sitting at their tables....
It never ceases to amaze me that when I speak in Spanish to the Mexicans,
that they actually understand what I am saying...
I feel like I am speaking in gibberish,
and that they understand the gibberish..
It is really ...