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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      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 22, 2012

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... anyway, we got ready and went out walking to the first place of the night. The walk there was great as we got to explore some more of the beautiful downtown. It was a complete contrast to Guanajuato: almost all the streets were laid out in a nice, flat grid and all the buildings were one of three colors: light tan, burnt orange, or burnt red. It seemed very tame in comparison to Guanajuato's windy, hilly alleyways and ...

      Signing off, for now

      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 24, 2012

      ... and had delicious pizza and a salad, along with the same cranberry-like drink we've had at "home." It's called something like jamaica, which I know is country also. I have yet to figure out what it is or what it's called in English. Maybe it comes from a plant in Jamaica.

      Besides meeting some more people, I also got to see all my professors. They also had a little slide show, but I knew ...

      Don't burn my meatball

      A travel blog entry by panzaverde on Jun 04, 2012

      1 comment

      ... more tunnels below the riverbed roads.

      Guanajuato is a great place to just wander around. The streets were full of locals having a meal, enjoying a free dance performance, listening to the excellent brass band (3 sousaphones!) playing in the band rotunda, or participating in a noisy political rally.

      We took in some history at the Alhondiga. The Mexican revolution was started in 1810 when ...

      Cycling days 38-40: Pinos to Guanajuato

      A travel blog entry by hobos on Jan 26, 2011

      5 comments, 42 photos

      ... Now it’s Shirley’s turn to explore. Guanajuato is a beautiful city built along hillsides, which small avenues winding around and several tunnels for cars and others for pedestrians. It reminds Shirley of some of the villages in France near Yannick’s hometown of Antibes…so nice to wander through.

      When she returns to Yannick, he’s sitting with Tilo, a German mountain biker who lives in town. They’re doing their thing, so ...

      San Miguel de Allende

      A travel blog entry by hmplewa on Jul 24, 2010

      185 photos

      ... biblical. I know that this verse doesn’t really pertain to churches exactly, and I don’t want to be a person who takes verses out of context, but I do feel it applies. The Bible says that we shouldn’t store up treasures on earth but rather store up treasures in heaven. I feel like the churches are just a huge demonstration of earthly wealth that could have been used to make a difference in people’s lives. I think it is almost more meaningful to worship ...