Hotel Posada de la Media Luna
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... of flowers, bright blue and red iced cupcakes and Mexican sweets of every kind. Some were quite unusual, but we sampled them anyway! We sat with grandma and the aunties who were all very gracious with quite good English. There seemed to be dozens of female cousins there, all with long dark hair, slim figures and dressed beautifully.
It was a fun night. A group of cousins donned Mexican skirts to sing a tribute song to Maria Laura that grandma had ...
... I was able to find information on events much easier.
Either way, we still enjoyed our stay and will be returning. This park is one of the best places we have ever stayed. The value and the amenities are just superb. The only drawback is communication of events and lack of park activities. Although I am sure that the unusually slow season has a lot to do with it. I guess that there would be more activities if there were more campers.
... ride to town the next time she goes.
Seems like there's a little money here with comments like, moved from "just sold our house in Maui", and trying to sell our other house in Wikiki, anyway it's been nice to hear a little english.
We headed down to Wal-Mart to charge our Cel-Mex phone with some minutes and to pick up a couple of flats of water after having lunch at SUBWAY at the ...
I guess there is always alot to do when you're not familiar with a place - then add a culture that enjoys life and you are going to stay busy. You hear men hard at work laugh, sing, enjoy what they are doing and alot of it is very labor intensive work. They unload a truck of bricks by throwing 3 to 4 bricks at a time to the next person, and they don't miss. I will see a project started and think how will they ever ...
... live here and sell their beautiful artwork in buildings that used to be the summer homes of wealthy Mexicans.
We remember having visited Tlaquepaque many years ago when we first came to Mexico and thought that it would be a good place to take Spanish lessons. After doing some research about good schools, we found a school called Culturlingua. It was a branch of the same school that we taught English in 12 years ago! Culturlingua Tlaquepaque is not owned by the same owners ...