Fiesta Inn Aguascalientes
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... dirt track to scrambling almost vertically over the rocks. More than a little out of breath we made it to the top and looked out over the plains below, well worth the climb.
After a quick stop for lunch we came home so Jaime could get some work done and I went into town with his mum to visit the museo de la muerte (Museum of death) filled with representations of death in art through history. I've always been fascinated by the ...
... they're just like fried shrimp (unbattered variety). Then you pull a leg out of your teeth and the Ew factor comes back. But several shots of mescal would take care of that.
A few minutes...possibly hours...later the bar kicked us out and we went home. To Miguel's home to be exact. One would think that's when we would sleep, but oh no...there was a blood moon happening at 2:45am, and we were gonna stay up to see ...
... art national prize, the poetry national prize, the wood sculpture contest, and the traditional suits competition. As it is already a tradition, the competition to elect the queen of the fair has marked the beauty of the Aguascalientes women. Come and live Aguascalientes, and you will get the proof of why the San Marcos Fair is the fair of ...
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. ...
... played an important role in the Mexican Revolution. In 1914 three revolutionary leaders--Francisco Villa, Emiliano Zapata and Venustiano Carranza--met at the Convention of Aguascalientes. The three of them had fought together against the dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz and by that time Díaz had been overthrown; now they needed to choose a new interim leader for the country. Eulalio Gutierrez was chosen to become Mexico’s new president during that meeting.