Villa Mirasol Hotel
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... pictures is:
1. clouds seen from my terrace
2. abstract art paintings on my walls
3. views of the livingroom door to my terrace
note: there is a also a bedroom door to my terrace,
but that is boring to look at..
4. view of livingroom door to my balcony (different than my terrace)
5. Pictures of Oil Paintings - gifts from my Mexican landlord, Julia
to start with, and are now very ****** off,,still have to earn a living....
So there may be other reasons
for the increase in the crime rate in San Miguel...
There were and are no replacement for the fired policemen...
The pool of people in San Miguel with the educational requirements
to be a policeman is very limited, and is not sufficient enough
to enable the police to hire the required ...
Mis Estimados Compadres,
Amigos y Compaņeros.
David singing Xmas Carols in the San Miguel, Town Square/Principal Plaza/Zocola/Jardin,
on Xmas Eve, with $$$$Billionaire Music impresario, John Dimon...
$$$$Billionaire Music impresario, John Dimon, said that he has never heard a singing voice like David's before... We sang a lot of really great songs: "Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer", "Jingle Bells", "Here Comes Santa Claus ...
... that I like about walking about and around San Miguel,
is that when I am walking to Cento or I am walking about and around San Miguel,,
is that I always meet people that I know, that I stop and talk to...
I know a lot of people in San Miguel.....
But that is another story, that I will talk about later, in another travelblog......
Viva La Mexico!!!!
Compadres Y Compeneros!!!!
... two traditional San Miguel singers serenaded the tour group. Afterwards, Beth and I did some laundry (one thing I have not had to do in awhile) and Caroline ran around with the boys. (Katie was still at her slumber party and unfortunately did not make the trolley tour.)
Our second stop was at El Mirador (a lookout point above the city). It was a beautiful sunny day; the visibility was amazing. Our stop included a candy shop visit for tumbagons, the candy ...