Camino Real Guanajuato
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... We were greeted by an incredibly impressive display of temporary artwork that was laid out on the street. Different groups of artists sketched out designs on the cobble stone streets, and then filled in their designs using various mediums including colored sand and wood chips, flower petals, seeds, and corn, among other things. We strolled up and down the streets, pointing out our favorite designs and watching the busy artists slowly construct their intricate designs. ...
... us in Guadalajara. Guanajuato is the most beutiful Mexican city so far! We love it here! Floyd is still with us. He was amazing at the vet today. He is 100% now, just needs fur! We should be in San Miguel de Allende by lunch tomorrow. We are really liking the cooler weather here.it is about 27 in the day and 15 at night. Good camping temps! Will attach some pics of trip from PV to ...
... go way up. It was supposed to start the week after we left. It is an old festival that originated, I think, about fifty years ago. At some point, the town adopted Don Quixote as a symbol and there are wonderful very different sculptures of him all over town. The festival was originally involved dramatic performances of Don Quixote's epic journey, but now has expanded with a variety of dramatic and musical offerings. We saw a poster of a woman on the cathedral in the main square ...
... the walk down memory lane!
Sunday I went to church with Rebeca, as always, and then went back and worked. This year we're not paying for lunch and dinner on Sundays so the families can have a day off of work, so Ricardo and I went and met up with two other students, Kevin and Roger, and we worked in a cafe for a few hours. It started out well, it's a quiet place, but then a Brazil-Spain soccer game started. Out went ...
... down much later in Guanajuato unlike in Cancun so we still had enough time to make the most of the day. We booked onto a little mini van tour of the city and ate some breakfast while we waited for that to begin.
La Casa de Tia Aula, a haunted house type tour.
Hacienda del Cochero, another tour around torture chambers.
Dulceria, where the staff awkwardly followed you around and made you try things.
Museo de Las ...