El Zopilote Mojado
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... on Thursday.
So, first off, there were no salsa classes this week. The ones at the university were over because the main group of students who were part of the class went home. There was one Monday and Friday at Chava's dance studio, but I didn't go Monday so that I could work, and I didn't go on Friday so I could rest.
Tuesday, with no actual or salsa class in the afternoon, I decided to actually stick around the kitchen ...
Well, week 2 wasn't nearly as exhausting as week 1. I think I got at least 6 hours of sleep a night so that was a success! After two weeks of reading Carlos Fuentes’s stories, we relate everything to him. He wrote lots of different kinds of works, but we read mostly ghost-type stories. However, one thing I’ve learned is that our American idea of a ghost story is different than the Latin American idea of a ghost story. They aren’t ...
... see each other but arranged to meet at these two houses to kiss each other from the balconies. Like all good stories, their forbidden love was discovered and the couple suffered tragic deaths. However, now, to all the non-romantic people like me out there, the alley serves to be one of the most awkward place to come on a date,...as legend has it that if you are to kiss on the third step you will avoid 7 years of bad luck and will get ...
... the information already since I'd been here a few days.
Okay, well, I just spent my last hours before bed getting you guys all up to date. It's time to jump in the shower and get a good night's sleep. It'll be the last one for awhile according to those at the orientation that were returning students. Hopefully next weekend I'll have time to send out a short update.
... 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. ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews El Zopilote Mojado Guanajuato
This bed-and-breakfast appartment (three guest rooms) is located in the city centre of Guanajuato, but far away from the noise. The nice building is overlooking one of the beautiful small plazas in Guanajuato.
After much research and suggestions of Tripadvisor users we booked directly.
Great Place, Great Location
El Zopilote Mojado is a great place to stay in Guanjuato! The hotel is extremely clean, has a lovely terrace with views of Guanajuato, friendly staff, and big rooms with clean linens. The restaurant downstairs has great food for those weary of tradicional mexican food (sandwiches, salads, bruchetta) and great coffee, not to mention wireless internet access for guests. The owner speaks both English and Spanish. It is located just a short block away from the main plaza, so it is more quiet than the other hotels in the area. The price is just right too!
I have just returned from a glorious 10 days in guanajuato. Through tripadvisor, I found El Zopilote Mojado, a charming, warm and welcoming home away from home. I was traveling alone and needed a vacation and a retreat. I found both at raul and ana's delightful inn? bed and breakfast? It's difficult to describe because they satisfy needs you didn't even anticipate. A good book to read? A patio for early evening drinks and conversation? Views of the city that are glorious at all hours of the day? Delicious food in a charming cafe?
Lovely little place
We spent 3 nights in Guanajuato in March. We liked this place a lot- very clean, nice size rooms...
Unfortunately, Raul and his wife went on vacation the day after we arrived and the help does not speak English- so we didn't get all the help we would have liked and expected; however, I highly highly recommend this place to anyone staying in Guanajuato
Fantastic place to stay
We just got back from a trip to Guanajuato, and I wanted to recommend El Zopilote Mojado as a fantastic place to stay. The rooms were very nice, and the added bonus of having a terrace with a gorgeous view, a living room, and a kitchen made it an incredible deal. The breakfasts at the Cafe d'Art were only $4, but included a wonderful fruit smoothie, along with the full breakfast. The only thing that I could possibly complain about was the little man that went around yelling "Pan" over and over in the morning. But in retrospect, it added some humor and fun memories to the trip.
Great place to stay
We stayed here 3 nights in November 2005. It was fantastic. Just around the corner from the Jardin. Very comfortable peaceful and tasteful decor with great beds. Nice roof deck with view. The proprietors pay close attention to detail. The food, coffee and tea downstairs are great.
Loved the Zopilote
We stayed for four nights in February and loved this place. Everything was right, the location, the view, the furnishings and the coffee downstairs.
We just returned from a 5-day visit to Guanajuato, Mexico. We stayed at El Zopilote Mojado,a small charming inn located only a block from the Jardin de la Union, a brief walk through a scenic narrow stair-step alley way. The inn is owned and run by Sr. Raul Galarza,who made sure that everything ran smoothly from the airport shuttle arrangements to the lovely appointed room. There are two suites: one consists of a large bedroom with tons of closet space, a large private bath, and a private sitting room. The other consists of 2 bedrooms (also with great closet space), large bath & sitting room. Be sure to check out the gallery to see details of the rooms available. My husband and I had one suite and my sister the other, so we had the entire upstairs to ourselves. The inn is within walking distance to the museums, churches, and shopping, yet very quiet. A limited menu is available at the cafe, but it includes a large beer and wine selection. Interesting conversation with the proprietor and other guests comes with the territory, so be prepared to enjoy some good coffee, good conversation, and a charming location as you explore the beauty of Guanajuato from El Zopilote Mojado. Highly recommended.