Casa de los Frailes
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... City. Storefronts, dark alleys, and bright lights all flashed by as we made our way into the center of the city and our bright pink hotel, el Hotel Trebol. It is located on a corner in the middle of it all, just south of the city square (zocalo) and across the street from a pair of bustling markets. We checked in and got our bags settled, then headed out to grab a very late dinner (almost 11 pm) at one of Louise’s favorite restaurants, ...
22nd May continued.. We caught a taxi for $40 paso's to the hostel which was $100 pasos/night. Cheap $8 accom and all 7 of is fit in the same room. It was a cute hotel that was very green with how it was managed. There were 3 dogs and a cat that took residency of the hostel, very cute! We walked to dinner taking in the old fashioned streets and the cute market stores. We had some Italian ...
... At 7.30am I jump up... And my streak is officially broken. I feel pretty wretched. Our hostal owner is very nice and apologises profusely to us and everyone else leaving that morning. I would feel more sorry for the guy if I wasn't going from boiling hot in one second to freezing cold in another. But he kindly pays our cab fare back to the bus station, which was nice of him. I wish he would pay the fare to rid my stomach of this toxicity... We get to the bus ...
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We skinned the chicken and boiled it in water to cover, minced garlic and onion for about 20-30 minutes until thoroughly cooked, skimming the foam off of the water. We then put the pot off to the side until the chicken was cool enough to debone and shred.
We then put ...
... the address of the "music store", it turned out to be an orthotics store -.- . I was pretty upset, and hungry, so I set out for some almuerzo (lunch). On my way I noticed an entire street was blocked off. To my surprise, there was another parade! Police, firemen, paramedics, doctors, and traditional horsemen filled the streets. A few of the horses were acting extremely agitated and foaming from the mouths; I was waiting for them to attack someone, but ...