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  • Suburban Hotel San Felipe is a welcome change from the downtown hustle and bustle … the outdoor pool is in a picturesque setting flecked with rural neighborhoods and rolling hills.

    Traveling with children to Oaxaca

  • Roberts, serving as Rivera's manager, says Felipe is Just a born fighter and tough beyond belief.

    “Have you lived? What have you got to show for it?”

  • The city fronts on the sparkling waters, and San Felipe is a city with myriad businesses waiting to serve tourists and citizens of the city.

    The Road To El Dorado

  • They were taken during Oakland, California, Mayor Jerry Brown's visit to Cuba in the summer of 2000 and feature Castro -- who usually addresses Agee as "Felipe" -- and Ricardo Alarcon, the president of Cuba's rubber-stamp National Assembly.

    Fun And Fidel

  • We are interested in San Felipe, Volcanes, or other colonia that is relatively near San Felipe, which is where our daughters 'school is located.

    Looking for house to rent in Oaxaca

  • If the baby is a boy, it will be called Felipe, in honor of the exile.

    Letters of Two Brides

  • Domenicali were also on hand to see three rather special Father Christmases, namely Felipe

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  • Yes, reader, she married him, the book's Brazilian-born entrepreneur "Felipe," whom she met in Bali.

    A Feminist Icon Gets Her Man

  • She indicates that someone from the PAN may be calling him, if they haven't already, and she suggests that he call "Felipe" (presumably, Calderon's people) to let him know where he stands so it doesn't look bad.

    La Profesora Abstraida

  • "Felipe" said in his testimony that on one occasion, he was paid $30,000 from a man code-named "19" who worked with the Beltrán Leyva gang in exchange for providing information about coming arrests of cartel members.

    Mexican Officials Allege Drug Cartel

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