Puerta Paraiso Hotel Cuernavaca
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... was wanting to practice his English. So, I talked with him, whose name I found out was Baruch (which is a Russian name, by the way), for a bit and then we decided to hang out for the day as we were both traveling alone.
We finished up at the museum, then headed to the cathedral. It was going to be closed for an hour so we walked across the street to the Jardin Borda, a now public garden in the middle of the city. Most of our conversation was ...
... to college and had their degree in Education. It was very interesting talking to the teachers and hearing their reasons of being a teacher. In the last classroom, before we left one of the male teachers said, "remember to teach from the heart" and I thought that was so true and sweet of him to say, because we were all teachers and it just goes to show that teachers all over the world are in it because we love to work with kids and be a role model to them.
When we ...
... in this case that would be a great education. Visiting Discovery really made me think twice about where I want to student teach in the fall. It would be an amazing school to student teach at and I know it would be a great experience. The director of the school, Carmen, is very nice and it seems like she runs a tight ship. The principal of the secundaria school (middle school) is actually from New London, Wisconsin but has ...
Today we went to the sugarcane factory and, unfortunately, it made my allergies so much worse. The factory in itself was really cool to see, but I didn't enjoy some other aspects of the tour. By that I mean not only did it stink, but all the workers had to stop, stare, and take pictures of us gringas walking through. It also got extremely hot in the building and it made it really hard to breathe. But, I ...
Today our group met in downtown Cuernavaca to learn more about Cuernavaca's history. My favorite was the Cathedral of Cuernavaca (Catedral de Cuernavaca). The church is the oldest building in the entire monastery complex, consisting of four buildings. The monastery was the fifth Franciscan construction established in Mexico in 1525 by the first twelve Franciscan friars who arrived in the country (visitmexico.com). The cathedral was finished in ...