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... a massive XVI century Franciscan Convent. Robert Brady was an American artist/collector from Iowa who settled in Cuernavaca in 1962. Like many artists, film stars and celebrities, he was attracted to this colourful city because of its amazing climate and fascinating history. The '50's and '60's were Cuernavaca's hey-days for the rich and famous. CHis house, the Casa de la Torre, houses an amazing collection of art from all over the world and is just as he left ...
... New Spain. It became a gathering place for colonials, who loved to wander about its gardens, filled with waterfalls and fountains. Later on, Emperor Maxmillian apparently delighted in visiting the hacienda to take advantage of the fine weather around Cuernavaca. Eventually, the estate fell to the Cortes heirs, the Dukes of Monteleone, who gave new life to the lands.
Unfortunately, their success was cut short with the start of the Mexican Revolution. The building was ...
... be made into a flower pot, is. Oil drums, paint buckets, if it can hold flowers, it does. It was very colorful and bright, and the people all seemed very nice despite the dramatic class differences and the looming fear of powerful cartels. Overall it was the most incredible week spent with the most incredible people. Carlos and Carya were amazing travel buddies and have become very close friends. We are grateful that they shared their vacation with us, we won't be forgetting it soon.
... Salvador and Guatemala, where U.S. policy under Ronald Reagan was supporting the repressive governments. The Sanctuary Movement was born out of this work. Southside’s former pastor, the Rev. John Fife, along with several others, was convicted in 1986 on felony charges of aiding the illegal entrance of migrants into the U.S.
No More Deaths is an organization whose mission is to end ...
... Well, we all have our own preconceived about countries (and their citizens) other than our own. For instance, before moving to Mexico I didn't bring my favorite watch because I figured that it'd look too shnazzy and might get stolen. While this thought is partially true, I also need to say that most everyone has a shnazier watch than my Wal-Mart special.
What we think about people of different origins is probably right. ...