Hotel Posada Cuernavaca
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... Afterwards, I bought a "paste", not knowing exactly what it was. Apparently it's just like a hot pocket or an empanada. Not sure what the difference between a paste and an empanada is, maybe just the region where it's sold. I ate my paste as I searched for the bus stop. As now expected, when I asked one person for directions, the other two people standing there joined in, and it was the 10-year-old girl that helped the most, "You have to look for the ...
Today we went to Mosaicos Venecianos de Mexico, which is a two part company that first makes glass tile and then uses those tiles in many ways including custom murals. We were not allowed to take photos of any of the facilities so they could maintain their corporate privacy.
We first visited their mosaic shop. This is where they put design and put together some world renowned works of art. Many of the projects are custom ordered pieces from places ...
Today we visited a Prepatoria (high school) in Cuernavaca. The name of the school was Colegio de Bachilleres. The school had 2400 students and only 50 teachers. It is the best public prepa in Cuernavaca. Due to the large amount of students, there are two different times for the school day. Half of the students go to school from 7 am to 1:20 pm and the other half from 2 pm to 8:20 pm. Each class has between ...
... one of the coolest things I've seen here. I definitely wasn't expecting it to look like it did. It was so colorful and not like anything we would see back home in Wisconsin.
Once we got back to school, we learned we were having a fiesta! The fiesta was for the New York students and the nursing students who are leaving on Saturday. Our families came and brought so much delicious food! There was also a mariachi band that ...
... an Aztec pyramid (also closed on a Monday...) before heading back to DF (Mexico City). While I was in Cuernavaca on the 23rd, Manuel's parents had spent the day doing the initial Christmas preparations (as it's mainly celebrated on the 24th). Though I got home in time to help make the "24 hour" fruit salad, named that way as you have to prepare it 24 hours before eating it. It helped me realise that peeling mandarines isn't one of my ...