Tx Hotel Tequesquitengo
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The couple who look after this beautiful house are called Genovava and Carlos and they strongly advised not to attempt to drive into the city, but to use the local taxi. It was with great relief that we took their advice (like all Latin American drivers, they are quite mad and have no highway code, as such) and ordered one to take us into Cuernavaca to explore this fascinating town. It was a little confusing when Carlos emerged ...
... the imagination!
The story about John Spencer's life in Cuernavaca is really interesting as he was an eccentric who had a lot of money but lived with his wife, Lady Elizabeth Brown, very simply. There was a write-up online about them and it said,
Poised and elegant, Elizabeth dressed in dark colors with her hair in a tight bun. Though quite a bit older than John she walked with her back ramrod straight. John always wore a suit coat and tie. The coat rarely ...
... do not know the solution to immigration, even after spending months and months thinking about it I still don't know. But, what I do know is that migrants go through a lot to try to make it to another country for more opportunities for themselves and their families. As we engage in this debate that is so divisive for so many reasons I encourage ...
... tanks are paid for and maintained by a number of organizations on both sides of the border, including CRREDA, a Mexican drug and rehab organization with centers across the country, including one in Agua Prieta.
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Today I would like to share this prayer with you.
Thanksgiving Day Prayer
by Walter Rauschenbusch (1861–1918)
For the wide sky and the blessed sun,
For the salt sea and the running water,
For the everlasting hills
And the never-resting winds,
For trees and the common grass underfoot.