Casa Zuniga B&B
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... water. . .
It is said that Mexicans (partly due to lack of healthy drinking water) drink 43 gallons of soda per person per year (Huffington Post). The very poor end up buying water from trucks that transport it to their pueblos in el campo, then they boil the water for household use. It costs them $2 (USD) a five-gallon jug which could easily be half of one day's wage for them.
Well, leaving Guanajuato with a light breakfast, we were soon looking for a place to eat. I saw a sign for a loncheria as we approached the tiny village of Santa Rosa de Lima (a town way too small to be located on this blogs maps. They wanted to pin us in Guatemala. We strolled up the stone cobbled main, and basically only street and back down again, seeing what else might be there. Dawn was a ...
... s fiancee arrived today and seeing as he doesn't speak Spanish it was my job to pick him up from the family Amy's staying with and bring him to the university after classes. I was to meet him and Chavita (the son of the family) at the plaza near their house at 6. I didn't see them, but I did see Estela, the mom, so we chatted and waited. And waited. And then waited some more. Mark and Chavita eventually showed up, explaining that they had completely ...
Guanajuato, the capital of the state of Guanajuato is our first regional trip for the week!
Greg and I drove our little rental Nissan sedan about an hour west to the capital city of our Mexican state, Guanajuato. Located in a narrow valley, this old silver mining town is a maze of winding sidewalks and small plazas. It was the richest city in Mexico during the late eighteenth century due primarily to having the largest silver mines. In fact, the Aztecs mined ...
... and Blanca, the son and daughter-in-law that live next door, invited us to have lunch with them. I had never been in their house so it was a chance for us to see it. It's really quite interesting because they technically built the house on top of the house I live in, not next to it. There are three levels, but they're split-level, I guess you would say so there are just 5 or so stairs from one level to the next. Anyway, ...