Casa Zuniga B&B
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... to the home from the airport and at the last minute he said that Aunt Lucy would meet me at the airport with a taxi driver and he told me exactly how much money I'd need. The reviews of Aunt Lucy's house were great so I decided to go for it.
I drove from St George to Las Vegas on Tuesday evening and non-rev'd from LAS-LAX. I had a nice meal and drink in the Centurion Lounge in Las Vegas, I love that place. Once I got to LAX I had about a ...
... really anticlimactic for those who stay around after the opening, for them it's just the beginning. For me, it's so crowded after the opening that, it's no longer enjoyable. That's why I came earlier to check everything out. I bought one more treat, basically a big clump of coconut stuck together with, I'd imagine, sugar, and then I was on my way home to eat lunch.
After lunch, as I did most afternoons this week, I sat down to work. I'd ...
... concert I ever went to (at the luxurious Bradford Rio) and through being a fan, or just happening to see them as supports or on festivals, think with Dillinger Escape Plan, they are the band I’ve seen live the most times at seven. I even once asked my hairdresser to cut my hair like that ********, so yeh it was kind of talk of the day everywhere else, but guess I didn’t have many people to let off some anger at in Mexico.
Anyway, that paedophile doesn’t ...
... ran into Aly, a friend of Zoe's from when she studied here in her undergrad. He was heading out at midnight like a good Mexican, and we were heading home, like good Americans. :) Though, he was heading out to meet up with mutual, American friends so that breaks that stereotype.
Saturday was the craziest day ever--I spent a lot of time not doing homework! First, during breakfast the Mexican Revolution came up ...
... lunch at 4pm ( which is actually spot on for Mexican times as dinner time is more towards 9 pm). We sat at a local restaurant, overlooking a little plaza, that was getting ready for that night's activity: dancing on the square open to the public (throughout the weekend I could discover that this is a common weekend activity at most if not all Mexican main plaza: playing music to the public so young and old can dance). For me it is a pure delight to see ...