Gran Hotel Alameda
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... kittens. We chatted to a man collecting cans from the skip who had given them leftover food and he offered to help Jaime catch one to adopt once he has his own place and we came back later in the evening to leave them some food. That night I met up with local CSers who'd arranged an impromptu meetup so I could get to know the locals. As always, good times and lots more recommendations and advice for the rest of my trip. Roberto, who had just ...
... in his house into sleeping space. This is a man who truly has the world pass through his front door. We passed through with our gear, and then headed out for dinner. Miguel took us to a really cool cenaduria for some traditional cooking in an old colonial house. With food like this there's no way I'm losing weight on this trip. Afterwards we went downtown to meet up with Tek and some other film fest crew. Along ...
Born in the heart of Mexico, Aguascalientes prepares, year after year, to celebrate its San Marcos' National Fair. Its happiness, colors, food, fighting cocks, bullfights, traditional suits, but overcoat its people's hospitality made this fair, the "fair of Mexico". Its origin dates back to the year 1604 and had for purpose to ...
Maybe there's no better city in the world. Aguascalientes is such a beautiful city, it is so calm. You can see perfectly the sunset. You also can walk through the Jardin de San Marcos. I don't have word to express how I love this city. ...
... states of Jalisco and Zacatecas. In 1804 Aguascalientes became a sub-delegation of Zacatecas and kept that status until the end of the Mexican War of Independence in 1921. After the war Aguascalientes enjoyed a three-year period as an independent territory, but in 1924 it was once again incorporated into Zacatecas. Eleven years later Zacatecas revolted against the central government, and after Santa Anna defeated the rebels, he punished the state by having the ...