City Express Irapuato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sup> birthday so today they’re having a family lunch. Their older son, also named Moisés, owns a hall (for weddings, etc.) so they’ve got quite a set up outside with things from his work. We should actually be eating pretty soon. I’ve been smelling the food all morning and it smells delicious so I’m ready for it!
Okay, I’ve returned from the party, though it’s still going on. It was actually quite ...
... at the university and I was invited to come along. I was super excited because I love to salsa dance. We headed down there a little before 5 o'clock, and I met Noemy from Canada and Adam from Washington. (It's a small class, though apparently there's usually more people.) The class started off slow, and I was highly disappointed. Since there was only one guy, besides the teacher, Sasha and I were dancing together. The teacher gave us a few tips, ...
... 171. 31k at 0933 to our first stop of the day. Passed into the state of Guanajuato at 0934. Never before saw 4 vehicles pull out to pass at once. If there is a paved shoulder, vehicles pull over allowing a pass. San Miguel de Allende has 140,000 souls. On most houses, plaster stucco covers stone. Stopped for an above the town vista re its gothic-styled church at 0955, Denise, Peter and David not even bothering to get out.
By 1009 we were on St Francisco Street ...
... 4 cloves fresh garlic
3 TBSP dried oregano
Rinse hominy 3-4 times. Cook on low heat for 1-2 hrs with chicken breasts and some salt until the chicken is cooked through.
Tear chicken into strips, slice radishes, halve limes and tomatillos, dice all lettuce, dice cerranos. Slice poblanos into strips. Dice onion.
In a blender: some salt, all garlic, all cilantro, all tomatillos, all poblanos. Add water until it's halfway up the ...
... with horses and have a business that repurposes wood used in construction. Very friendly and great with their kids. The kids are starting to be more comfortable too, because Raquel and Erasmo have a constant stream of relatives coming in and out. Right now I think there are at least three other relatives staying with us (their niece Lupita from Los Angeles, her Argentinian husband and their baby), but it's hard to tell who stays and who just stays really late.