Casa Estrella de la Valenciana
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... takes us on a grand tour of the tunnels. They were constructed starting in the 19th centruy to divert Rio Guanajuato from flooding city center. The tunnels were made deeper, longer and stronger in the 1960's and 1990's to take traffic from above-ground in the city.
The unusual tunnel system makes walking in the city extremely pleasant- fresher air and less traffic than most cities this size.
... once weekly when there are no performances.
We exit the theatre to the sounds of a local community group doing traditional dancing and singing. They had a couple of tables with handicrafts for sale and reminded me of a CWA event. We even witnessed a choir of the deaf signing Song of Joy.
Maz and I decide to go our separate ways for a while, so i head off to the museums and churches.
... Luna, one of the grandkids. She was holding a little hamster. So chatted with her, pet the hamster, and continued on our way. That afternoon I headed to my first dance class. The instructor I'd been dancing with the last two summers at the university opened his own dance studio just before I left last summer--I went to one class there last year. So, while at his house on the 4th of July, he told me that it'd be pointless and boring for me to go to ...
... here than anywhere else we've been in Mexico, and I can understand why. Wow - I thought I was going to have a lot more to write about here, but now that I've started I realise that I can't really explain the feel of the place. The buildings in the town were great, old, stone, imposing buildings that has history steeping from between the stones. The streets were narrow and tall and winding. The ...
... Mairead, and I headed to the market. After walking through the whole thing, Rachel wanted to go back and get a bracelet she saw. I went with her and found some earrings I liked. So, we decided to do the Hispanic thing and bargain! We let Rachel take the lead and I stood back and watched because I'm not good at it. It was pretty exciting stuff because we told the guy no and walked away (really hoping he'd come after ...