City Express Irapuato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had mass. The first two we went two had baptisms instead. So, in the extra half hour we had to wait, we went to buy more chicken, from the same place as before, and then just took it to church with us. :)
I experienced my first true Guanajuato rain today. It was strong, with loud thunder and all, and lasted about a half hour. However, it stayed pretty cloudy afterwards though, apparently, ...
... because Rebeca asked me if there were any foods I don't like, and I mentioned that I don't like spicy foods, and I found out that Moisés doesn't like spicy foods. Nice, probably one of two Mexicans that don't like spicy foods, and I'm living with him. Perfect!
Rebeca showed me around the first floor of the house, and then I got ready to go to bed. I drifted off shortly after hearing some chuch bells chime 11:00.
... good covers for most of the night. The music style then changed, and we found ourselves not enjoying the place as much and so headed to, wait for it, yes, barfly, another big student hangout. Again the place was rammo, and after being chatted to, and bought a drink by a man who was so drunk he didnt seem to notice that i couldnt speak spanish, we chatted to some students that could. After many more drinks we retired to our balcony for more beers then bed. The ...
Guanajuato is everything it is hyped up to be. It's gorgeous. You feel like you're in Europe, "like an underground Venice without the water", said Charles. The centre of town is filled with museums, cafes, bars, churches, cobblestone streets, winding roads, stone archways...it almost looks too good to be true. Where you drive at the lowest point of the city centre, you go through these dark curving tunnels with slighted yellow lights in lanterns that make it ...
... in Gunajuato about five days now and things are settling a bit into a routine. In the morning, lots of roosters at neighbors' houses wake me up before the alarm clock. Raquel makes breakfast for all of us (plus Gia, another student at the school living in the house. She's a teacher from Chicago) - bananas, papaya, watermelon, etc., warm bread. Yesterday Raquel had mango and to entice Eli to put his Leapfrog video game down and sit and eat, Seth said "Eli, try some ...