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Cynthia Claus just corrected my post, explaining that she was not the author of the quote I used. The correct quote should have been" In Mexico, things frequently don't work, but they almost always work out," written by author CDarol Merchasin

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cclaus731
cclaus731
Sep 06, 2021

Be sure to return to the jardín in October, when you will see more marigolds than you could ever imagine, planted in the garden beds and hanging from lampposts in baskets (these in preparation for Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), 11/2. And again in Dec., when the jardín will be awash in poinsettias, native to Mexico, of course in preparation for La Navidad (Christmas). Great photo of Parque Juarez.

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Julie Heifetz
Julie Heifetz
Sep 06, 2021
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We had incredibly lovely floral displays at the jungle hotel in the Yucatan Peninsula for Dia de looking s Muertos. I’ll look forward to going back to the jardin to see the flowers there in October. We go frequently anyway, so we won’t miss them.

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