Travel Blogs from Guanajuato
... You can practically jump between the roofs. We had thought Mexico City was loud but Guanajuato is something else, our first next we kept jumping out of our skins as cannons would go off, thought it must be a special celebration but it turned out to be a regular occurrence, along with a marching band early every morning. Because of the valley it seemed that every noise was lifted up and magnified, we had all the other Mexican sounds of music, partying and cathedral bells but ...
... and had delicious pizza and a salad, along with the same cranberry-like drink we've had at "home." It's called something like jamaica, which I know is country also. I have yet to figure out what it is or what it's called in English. Maybe it comes from a plant in Jamaica.
Besides meeting some more people, I also got to see all my professors. They also had a little slide show, but I knew ...
... driver did not move on to the shoulder, getting a fist from El Bombero. Picking up more signs of poverty in the housing. On to highway 110, heading to Guanajuato, only 54k away at 1202. We bypassed Delores Hidalgo at 1204, a 1208 loo stop for Keith for 5M. Areas of scrub gave way to crops and then come full circle. Have been on the Ruta 2010 or Ruta Bicentenario Independencia [if you need help with the Spanish, you will never be a linguist] from Queretaro to Guanajuato. ...
... Ana and a guy named Carlos who fell in love but she was a rich Spainard and he was a poor Mexican farmer. So of course, the girl’s father wasn’t so pleased that she fell in love with him and told her if he saw her with him again he would kill her. But of course the girl kissed him anyways and he ended up stabbing her and the story goes that she was reaching across the balcony and Carlos came out and saw her and they held hands across the balconies as ...
... The girls and I spent quite a while in there. It was nice to actually have a few moments to kneel down and pray in the church. I enjoyed being able to just spend a little time meditating on God while we were in the church. After we sat there a while, the mass started. We didn’t want to stay for the whole mass since it would have been really dark when we got out. Instead, we went and got some ice cream at a little dessert place. I had blueberry ice cream. It was ...
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Other places to stay in Guanajuato
Paseo de la Presa #79B, Guanajuato | Hostelfrom $53
Plaza Mexiamora # 51, Guanajuato | Hostelfrom $70
- Very nice!
- Delivered as promised
- Great Place, Great Location
Sangre Cristo No. 9, Centro Historic, Guanajuato | Hostelfrom $17
Campanero A. 19, Guanajuato | Hostelfrom $20
Cantarranas 47, Guanajuato | Hostelfrom $17