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... chance to chill out. Having recently returned to veganism I unfortunately had to forgo the delicious smelling quesadillas but Jaime's mum was so sweet about making me something else and asking me about what I could and couldn't eat.
I had a chance to poke around the local university while Jaime went to discuss a teaching position and enjoyed the chance to lie in the sunshine without the sweltering heat of Vallarta. While the weather would not ...
... to look forward to. Seems like Aguascalientes is where it's happening. As we walked the streets we could see why - it was a pretty artsy place with lots of pedestrian space.
When Miguel got home we headed over to see him at his place. He let us know there was another CSer staying with him, but he was out and about at the moment. He was out and about receiving some award from Ghilbi Studios...birthplace of some ...
... and livestock market with the different provinces of New Spain. The fair was celebrated for the first time in 1828, from November 5th to November 20th, using as a siege a half-built "Parian" until 1851. Nowadays, the National San Marcos Fair presents a large of shows for the public in general such as the people's theater, the ferial, ...
Maybe there's no better city in the world. Aguascalientes is such a beautiful city, it is so calm. You can see perfectly the sunset. You also can walk through the Jardin de San Marcos. I don't have word to express how I love this city. ...
... about 900 A.D.
In 1529 a Spanish lawyer named Nuño Beltrán de Guzmán led an army of 300 Spaniards and 6,000 indigenous people into Aguascalientes. Over the next decade, hundreds of additional Spanish forces moved into the area, which they called Nueva Galicia. When Spaniards were given grants to begin cattle ranching in the Guachechiles territory, military outposts were established to protect the merchant routes into Mexico City. One ...