Villa Del Conquistador
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... unnecessary job, but it's interesting to know that at least some Mexicans would agree.
The garden didn't take long enough so we went to a plaza and sat down to rest for a bit and Baruch taught me some fun Spanish. For those who care, you can add -azo to the end of any word and it means that that object was used to hit someone/something. Ej. libro=book, librazo=hit with a book. My students will get a kick out of that one! After that ...
Today after our final Spanish class we went to Edgar's Italian Coffee Company store. We were treated to a tour of the facility and he was kind enough to give us a discount on a drink. I had the Oreo Cookie Frappe which was wonderful. It was interesting to see how small of a space he has to work with and is able to do so much in.
After that we took a cab home and I packed for the trip home in the morning. It was a very relaxing day and a good one to end the trip on.
... up because there are two parts to the school day. 800 go from 7am to 1pm and 600 go from 2pm to 8pm. There are 64 teachers at the school. Most of the students at the school come from middle class families and most have a car to transport the kids to school. All of the students at the school have to take a test to get into the school and then every year they take another test to determine whether or not they can stay in the school. Compared to all ...
... There were about 8 rooms for children and there was even a room for books which was considered to be their library. I was very impressed with how kept up the school was. There is a group of people in Canada that help keep the school in somewhat good condition and they helped get the classrooms white boards. I enjoyed getting to see this school, walking through it, and learning more about how it ...
... town feel and (comparatively) short buildings. It also seems to have it's own micro-climate and is recognised as having eternal spring (which felt a lot like summer). Most of the Chilangos (people from Mexico City) who visit, go to Cuernavaca to drink in the sun and to swim, the majority if the houses here have a pool in their back garden. Cristina told me that Cuernavaca used to hold the record for the most private swimming pools per ...