Casa Zuniga B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... and gardens of an older and rich family of Guanajuato. The temple of Valencia was very beautiful and intircate. The story of the church is that it was built by the owner of the silver mines to atone for his many sins of exploitation against the workers. The church was huge with amazing detail, it was haunting in a lot of ways. There were many statues of Jesus Christ, mostly on the cross. I didn't stay very long because there really wasn't much to do there, but ...
... on in the city and we cheered on the runners, especially when we saw someone we knew (which wasn't often, but some people in the program ran). Also, the star of the dinner was Ruth, one of the guy's daughter. She's about 2 and, as you can imagine, was the center of attention for a large majority of the dinner. After dinner we walked back down to the city center and celebrated the night away!
The next day, Sunday, I went to church with ...
... an old woman shouting her head off, but that was a bit harder than it sounds! Enjoyed some good food, then spent the day going round the city getting pictures of the live venues I was supposed to be reviewing. I had emailed the company and told them I couldn’t actually afford to go and visit all of these venues, but they were seemingly ok with that – just needed to go get the pictures to pretend I had actually been there!
Stopped off at some of the cool ...
... further analsis, maybe he does just do it for his grandma, but I still say he sticks around to watch them more than an American 22-year-old probably would.
Anyway, back to the week. Like I was saying, it was pretty calm. In my first class of the day we had readings for the first three days and then, for the rest of the session, our homework is to work on the 10-15 page proposal we have to turn in about the research ...
I'd be broke if I tipped every single busker who has ever sang or fiddled or plucked his/her guitar near me. But this time I did. It was better than I could have imagined... driving into Guanajuato on a crowded bus, winding through the tunnels into and out of the darkness all the while accompanied by typical live Mexican music. It was like the beginning of a movie...
Such was my introduction to possibly the prettiest little town in all of Mexico! Set between three ...