City Express Irapuato
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... picture with us, then the guy made a joke about how much we were charging. I told him that we were charging a lot, but nothing came of it. Bummer. Anyway, so then that girl, satisfied with her picture with 2 complete strangers, walked away with the guy. Sasha and I made more comments about being super famous and then. . . just joking, that's it. The group, after at least 6 pictures (2 per instance), apparently had their fill of foreigners. How ...
... access..I was more than comfy! Shrek was showing in Spanish, so I plugged the iPad in, lay back and relaxed for the four hour journey to Leon.
We arrived in Leon after approximately four hours..we then had to purchase another ticket to Guanajuato. Michael scored us super cheap tickets for $4aud, we couldn't believe our luck. Little did we realise, we had brought tickets on the standard city bus that stopped at each bus stop haha. ...
One more entry about Guanajuato to get in some more photos. After a month, it was starting to feel familiar and I was a little sad to go! Having people around who know I'm just learning Spanish and talk slowly, relative to other Mexicans, and with words I get, feels kind of like being in the beginner's swimming class and knowing that the test at the end of class is to jump off the high dive (this happened once and I'll never forget it!)
... are pretty intense too. There are a lot of dogs in Mexico, and they bark and howl all night, or at least until about 4:30 in the morning, at which point the roosters take over. Looking out over the city from my balcony I can see just about every roof has a chicken coop on it. As soon as one of those little ****ers goes off, every rooster in the city chimes in.
So far so good with food in Mexico. The local specialty is enchiladas mineras, ...
... then they all pack into an alley where the acoustics are best and the bands strikes up a couple songs and everyone sings and dances until they venture out to gather more people and find another alley to play in. The band members all dress up like court jesters and apparently the tradition dates back to medieval Spain, but Guanajuato has been carrying the torch for the last few centuries. Hopefully, Luis is in decent condition ...