Puerta Paraiso Hotel Cuernavaca
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... almost an hour ride out to the ruins. (Taxis in Mexico are REALLY cheap, by the way.) It was a pretty gloomy day, so I just prayed it didn't pour on us, which it didn't, though it did drizzle on and off. We started off in the museum, with a view of the ruins on the next hill over. Like I said, these ruins are a whole town, one of the most powerful and important in its heyday, so there was the main pyramid, 3 ball courts, bathing and living areas, etc. I ...
... furnaces. If they have to shut down an oven it takes 4 days to shut it down and 4 to 5 days to get it going again.
The company has been in business for 53 years and have had the bigger production facility for about 30 years. While it is family owned only about 5% of the workforce is family, mainly in management areas of the facility. The future goals of the company are to install more ovens and gluing machines to increase their retail products.
... reading. This gives the parents an opportunity to connect with their child and talk with them about the books they are reading. I really enjoyed the school that we visited today and the students were all very nice and eager to talk to us. They were all very excited to see us there, especially the 9th grade boys. The school was very nice on both the inside and outside. There were a couple very nice computer rooms, a tech ed room, an art room, ...
... drop out by 3rd grade. Sad.
Tonight was extremely relaxing. Nicole and I went outside after la comida and read our book for class. It's absolutely beautiful out today and is about 65 degrees right now. This evening was spent in our room playing on our iPads and watching TV.
Tomorrow is going to be a long day so we need our sleep. Hopefully my cough goes away because I'm finally taking medicine. I'm getting a little sick of sounding like a dying seal! ...
... by Gustav Eiffel....who seems to have had a thing for Latin America! After the mini-tour, we went back to Cristina's parents house, which wouldn't look out of place on Wisteria Lane, for lunch. Her Mum was planning to prepare hamburgers but had to make a quick change when I told Cristina about being veggie. She made veggie soup and chile poblano (the same as the soup I had in the fancy restaurant that Manuel had to eat as it was toooo ...