Hotel Boutique Mision Casa Colorada

Cerro de San Miguel No. 13, Guanajuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guanajuato

A Day Excursion to Guanajuato

A travel blog entry by sfotch


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Dahli took us up near the Cathedral and showed us one of the College buildings with its lengthy stair case which has been used as an open theater with a screen at the bottom landing.


Doozy of a Week!

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


... weird reason). I was doubly happy, in the mist of all my sadness, that I also knew the first song the mariachi band played. Granted, it was Cielito Lindo which is probably the most popular Mexican song ever, but, hey, I'll take what I can get.

I had originally planned on not going out that night, until I heard it was El Bar's last night. So, I was ready to go home early, but the rest of the group wanted to stay out ...

Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll

A travel blog entry by kim_puravida


... down much later in Guanajuato unlike in Cancun so we still had enough time to make the most of the day. We booked onto a little mini van tour of the city and ate some breakfast while we waited for that to begin.

La Casa de Tia Aula, a haunted house type tour.
Hacienda del Cochero, another tour around torture chambers.
Dulceria, where the staff awkwardly followed you around and made you try things.
Museo de Las ...

One Down, Five to Go

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


... location (I'm the closest to school as far as I know--about a 2 minute walk, all down hill). So, if it wasn't for this crazy amount of homework, I'd be having a great time! But, that being said, I am enjoying the experience, the other students are awesome. Alright, I officially have just under 8 hours to sleep to get a good start to the week. Nice. I'll try to post something again next week. Happy 4th of July to all!!

Mummies Dont Pay Rent!

A travel blog entry by rhudy79


... he was born in 1886 is still there. Also, because like most really old cities, Guanajuato has to make room intheir cemetaries every so often. If the family has not paid for the space, they dig the bodies up. This is logical to me, since space is so limited...however, then they proceed to put these mummified bodies (because of special soil) into a museum so everyone can see these mummies! what the hell! Mexicans are obssed ...

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