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... is all filled with the most beautiful hand made bread that is fresh from the clay oven in the back. We snacked on baguettes, scones, and muffins as we sipped coffee comfortably perched on wooden crates and antique pillows.
The rest of the afternoon and was pretty lowkey, including running into a Calavera costume contest, eating more tacos, and probably a few more cathedrals for good measure. By the end of the day Carlo and I were more than exhausted and ready for bed. ...
... the site.
We crossed the street and went into the Juarez Theatro, consider the second best concert hall in the city. We paid our entrance fee and went on a tour of the building that was inspired by French design.
... class, which I did. After class I went home to find Moises watching the Cardinals so I sat down and chatted with him for a bit. I rested and relaxed. The plan was to meet up with everyone at 9:30 on the steps of the theater. Having not a care in the world, I headed down early to do some people watching. Zoe, her friend Meredith, Julie, and an Amercan girl who had just arrived at Zoe and Julie's house to study for the summer met me ...
... through pretty much any time I go anywhere, serves tapas (Spanish appetizers)! What an amazing evening!
After an hour or so, Erika was hungry so we went to get some food. Now, the restaurant that we were going to go to had a wait. Step in Guanajuato native Angel. He told us to follow him, and he took us two doors down, through what I always noticed was a store of home decorations. We walked right through it and in the back it opened up into ...
... for washing clothes, sitting, smoking, playing drums and one morning our neighbour sat up their puking into a bucket being shouted at by an unhappy mother/wife occasionally.
The first night here I did feel out of place, staying in a very tight Mexican community. We had wandered down into town to get food and drinks before it got dark, and we couldn’t find our way back and I felt very obvious. We got back and I did feel "Well if we are going to be robbed it might ...