La Casa del Tio
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Casa del Tio Guanajuato
Great rooms, beautiful terrace with great view, but the staff weren't exactly the friendliest nor helpful. This may be due to inability to communicate in English - but hey... can't hurt to try and be helpful to travellers.
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... our performance at 9pm with one troupe just before, and one after. The event entails a group of about ten students dressed in traditional costume leading the audience in song, telling tales, jokes and clowning about. This is done while we all wander through the narrow streets and alleys of Guanajuato. The local residents here must be more tolerant than the Venetians with gondaleas. We finally finished at about 11.30 and wandered the two odd kilometres back to our ...
... could, turned around, and headed home. As I passed the Oxxo, the convenient store, the worker there advised me to take off the other shoe (Quítate la otra, güera). Ha! Good call. I went straight to Blanca and Armando's house to change and then joined everyone else in Rebeca's house. I told them about the whole night but figured that if they, especially Rebeca, would have seen me soaked like I was she probably would have reprimanded me (kindly) and told ...
Shortly after driving into the quaint little city of Guanajuato (not Guantanamo Bay as Ciara is falsely reporting!) I decided that if I were ever to move to Mexico it would be without a doubt to here. The city is almost built into the hills. There's one windy road that snakes the whole way through the town. All the streets are cobbled, and there are hundreds of old stone tunnels that you drive ...
... to Dolores and San Miguel. It was very similar to the day trip I took last year before classes started. It took me forever to decided if I wanted to go or just sit around and do nothing besides rest. I'm glad I went, though, because, after getting car sick :( , it was a good day. And, a plus of getting car sick was that I got to sit shot gun the rest of the trip! That even included being the DJ and picking out the CD for ...
... cheese/spinach crepes and a Leon beer, returning c 2015 128 MP. David's bag was still on the bus: Carlos was upset with El Bombero as he had been told to empty the bus so El Bombero will be responsible for David's out of pocket expenses. Went for a short stroll of some 20M thereafter on my own: the city is busy and it was fun to people watch plus get some ideas for early morning photos.
Back to diary update and suddenly there was wifi; whee! A few emails and bed by 2145.