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... and Don Luis, a pair of young star-crossed lovers whose romance was forbidden by their families, were able to steal kisses from the nearly-touching balconies of opposite houses as the street is so narrow (just 168 cm wide in places).
Unfortunately legend also has it that despite warning his daughter that she'd be sent to a convent if she left the house to see her beloved Luis, one day Doņa Carmen's father discovered their sneaky snogging and put ...
... place there. Then we went downstairs into the catacoombs. Wow!!! many people interned there and the religious icons
and very very narrow halls with super low ceilings.
Then on to dinner at the most amazing restaurant. The name is Panteon Taurino which means the graveyard of the bullfighters. The tabletops are ...
... think means minerīs enchiladas. I had them before I even knew they were a specialty because they cook them everywhere. My first night I was hungry and tired, so I just ate at the first street food vendor I found. Basically they are corn tortillas, dipped in some red sauce and then fried, filled with cheese and finished with the Mexican equivalent of homefries and some salsa. Cheap, filling, and delicious.
So, my plan is a shock and awe attack ...
... his menudo for breakfast this morning, but if not, the band will play on Iīm sure.
Iīve got a lot of photos I really like from Guanajuato but I can only post them 5 at a time so Iīll have a few entries sans my normal adolescent commentary. Hopefully youīre really Guanajuato-go-to this place after you see the pictures. Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk...
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... history of the first sedentary Mexican people (the Olmecs) and another detailing the story of the Jesuit monks from their beginnings to their eventual expulsion from Mexico by the king of Spain.
When I confessed to the young woman selling tickets that I couldn't speak Spanish and so probably wouldn't understand much, she replied that she spoke English, so not to worry because if I liked, she would accompany me with ...