W hen you live in Mexico, you discover that the holiday season starts not as soon as in the USA (which is RIGHT after Thanksgiving), but it lasts a lot longer. Guadalupe Reyes is the term used to call the days between December 12th (the day of the patron saint of Mexico, La Virgin de Guadalupe) until January 6th (Three Kings Day). I for one think holidays are stressfull no matter where you live. That is why I recommend that you try an anti-stress massage at the Hotel Portico. In the newly opened "spa room" you can let yourself relax with the help of aromatherapy and Alejandra, the hotel's massuse. For more information call Hotel Portico at 312-1446 or visit the webpage www.hotel-portico.com.mx
Monday, January 4, 2010
Publicado por Alma M. Rinasz
Labels: aromatherapy, Guadalupe Reyes, holidays, hotel, Hotel Portico, masajes, massages, Navidad, Spa
Third culture kid born and raised in New York. Adventure bound and living in Mexico for ten years and counting. In love with learning and asking questions. My thoughts on being an expat? It's all about attitude: You can take the kid out of NY but never try to take NY out of the kid.