City Suites San Luis Potosi
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... balloon and bubble sellers and I pass a Dr Simi pharmacy complete with dancing mascot outside. The museum of masks is home to an amazing collection of traditional costumes and masks used in Mexican folk dancing and I while away a happy hour or so admiring the displays and playing hide and seek with the custodians to avoid paying a photography fee. The weather is beautiful and I head back out onto the streets towards the Calzada de Guadelupe, a long ...
... mom picked me up around noon, and we went to their house for lunch. In the afternoon Eli took me to the local "Ghost Town". Cerro de San Pedro was a flourishing mining town hundreds of years ago, but became a ghost town when the mining collapsed, partly due to the lack of water resources. About 4 years ago a Canadian mining company began operations in the adjacent hills and mountainside, much to the chagrin of the few locals who still lived in the area. The incredible scarring of ...
... too--was the tastings of pulque, a cactus berry drink, tequila [his style was dip a lime in salt, put that combo in your mouth, remove the lime remnant and add the tequila], a tequila for ladies [per the guide, with almonds added] and finally mezcal [from Oaxaca]. I bought a bottle of the manly tequila on plastic.
A sleepy bus en route to Guadelupe Basilica. Since completed in 1976, it has already sunk 3m per our guide [though 2m looked closer to my naked eye]. Both the old ...
... entered the rest room, and the toilets had no seats. I discovered this was the case in all public restrooms I visited--they weren’t free, they often didn’t have TP (I used pages out of my dictionary at one such location), and none of them had seats. I suppose that makes them easier to clean, but if you have bad knees and can’t squat, what are you to do? Just a few weeks ago I would have been in trouble, having injured my knees during a hike. Luckily they ...
... this neo-classical building was originally. There’s an upmarket restaurant upstairs now and a more relaxed eatery downstairs. I went to the latter, walking through the magnificent entry room with beautiful glass ceiling and elaborate staircase and galleries to get there. Unfortunately photography is not permitted as the security guard told me just before I managed to squeeze a shot off.
I ordered the set menu – four courses and coffee for 120 pesos (about ...