Crowne Plaza Hotel Leon, Gto

Address: Blvd Manuel J. Clouthier 245, Leon, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 37150, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Blvd Manuel J. Clouthier 245, Leon, is near Galería Atenea, Galería San Miguel, Instituto Habla Hispana, and Academia Hispano Americana.
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      Much better!

      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 22, 2012

      1 comment, 16 photos

      Well, to summarize this last week, it was much better than the last three. My morning class has about the same about of work as last session, but my other two classes have quite a bit less so I'm getting full-nights' sleep most nights and one day I even finished my work BEFORE my normal bedtime! I didn't know what to do with myself! For anyone who knew what classes I'm taking, this description might sound off. However, there was a change ...

      Another Week Come and Gone

      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 08, 2012

      7 photos

      ... s tall, fair-skinned, blond, husband was with us in the karaoke bar and when he got up to go do something, all the Mexicans started chanting gŁero, which I would have never understood if it hadn’t been for my class. It’s just a name for a light-skinned, blond person and they were wanting him, the obvious foreigner, to get up and sing. Yea for education! :) Another cultural thing I learned, well, or had confirmed I guess would be ...

      Salsa!!

      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 20, 2012

      7 photos

      ... hasn't actually rained, which is bad. Apparently they're in a drought right now so we're all hoping for rain!

      We took a bus home and I got my first real glance at the famous tunnels of Guanajuato. The tunnels were made for mining, and I guess once the mining was finished, they turned them into tunnels for cars and pedestrians. Now, I was picturing a handful of tunnels that had one way in and one way out so I was quite surprised to see ...

      Cycling days 38-40: Pinos to Guanajuato

      A travel blog entry by hobos on Jan 26, 2011

      5 comments, 42 photos

      ... We wake up early, pack up, and say thanks to Pablo before heading into Guanajuato. We find a nice plaza for one person to sit with the bicycles while the other explores the city. Yannick goes first, returning with some pastries for Shirley and says there’s a nicer plaza to relax at. We change locations and Yannick is right, much more pleasant. There are art students sitting around with their sketch pads, little cafes around, benches under trees…just a ...

      San Miguel de Allende

      A travel blog entry by hmplewa on Jul 24, 2010

      185 photos

      ... was difficult to breathe in the warm air for very long. It was almost smothering. I also could envision the places getting totally filled with water and having to swim out of them to get air. It was a little scary at first, but we had fun. I spent most of the time with Livia (one of the girls who helps ISA), Sabrina, and Dani. It was a good time. :) I really wanted pictures of the pools, so we ended up going back to get my camera and taking some pictures. Then it started to ...