El Minero

Alhondiga No. 12A, Guanajuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36000, Mexico | Hotel
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Guanajuato - A Revelation

A travel blog entry by lobo


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A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak


... sent the elevator back up to us. Most amusing for some. The Don Quixote art gallery was a quieky colection of paintings, sculptures and other works dedicated to the famous tales of the the Man of La Manche. Really enjoyed this gallery and another worthwhile place to visit here. During the day we wandered among the sreets finding churches and photographing pretty houses and views.Another late lunch of a menu del dia and we decided to head back for a siesta (as you do ...

Aaahhhhhh . . . The Worst is Over (I think)

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


... band and we had a great time. After a few hours, and with a much bigger group as more of our classmates showed up while we were in Barizzeto, we headed to none other than El Bar. Julie, Maria Elena, myself and the new girl (I can't remember her name) took a detour to find some of the new girl's friends from her program. As nice as she was, it made more sense for her to start making friends with the people she'd be around all summer while ...

Still crazy, but better than last week!

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


... the awesome birthday party I missed, and it made me regret not going some more. But, I know I'll be thankful later this week that I'm not starting off the week exhausted. Since today was Moises's actual birthday, the whole family went to mass together and the priest announced his birthday, twice actually, so that was pretty cool. I have two group presentations next week so I spent all day, from 1-7 in a cafe working on those. The cafe is called ...

Colourful Guanajauto

A travel blog entry by ginjaninja


... friendly and funny.

Guanajuato was the nosiest place in Mexico which trust me is a very hard record to beat, every night there would be heaps of dogs barking at the top of their lungs and canons going off every hour also every night rain and loud thunderstorms would come on.

Throughout Guanajuato we had a little square where we would go every day to have a drink or a bite to eat, one day some old mariachi men ( 70 years or older) came along and asked us if they ...

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