Tx Hotel Tequesquitengo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... with swimming pool and garden, when he died in 1986. It rather reminded me of Monet’s house and garden in France, though the art is quite different. The house is painted in vivid and rich colours and is furnished with Mexican colonial furniture. They say that most of the beauty of Cuernavaca is behind high walls and his house (and ours) certainly tells that story.
Friday was my birthday and I elected to stay at home by the pool whilst Mike did our ...
... fell into disrepair until 1973, when Dr. Mario Gonzalez Ulloa transformed it into a lovely hotel.We have been told that we should go there for a Sunday brunch. The tables are beautifully set amongst the huge arches of the sugar refinery where one can hear the sound of an enclosed stream that used to turn the waterwheels of the mill. Waiters serve gourmet dishes and the meal is accompanied by romantic guitar music and flickering candles.
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... suffering on the U.S./Mexico border through civil initiative: the conviction that people of conscience must work openly and in community to uphold fundamental human rights. The goals of No More Deaths, founded in 2004, are to provide water, food, and medical assistance to migrants walking through the Arizona desert; to monitor US operations on the border and work to change US policy to resolve the ...
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Come Walk With Me...
During my yearlong adventure as a missionary in Cuernavaca Mexico
YAGM Newsletter 1/1/2013
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... s probably wrong too. In a world so large and diverse, there can be no absolute. So, let's try and keep an open mind and try to play a little nicer. The following thoughts come from my experiences thus far in Mexico. I'll try and give an opposing view point to that which American's typically hold towards Mexico/Mexicans. Disclaimer: My ideas are not wrong, but they're not right either.
Yes, Mexicans eat tacos. ...