Gran Plaza Hotel & Convention Center
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... After tiring ourselves out sightseeing we went to an Internet cafe near the hostel so we could upload our photos to photobucket, apply for some jobs and send off my credit transfer docs to Stu's dad for my Open University application. After fighting with the camera we gave up on trying to upload the pics as it seemed incompatible with the computers. When we eventually left a few hours later having achieved our other goals we did so minus the camera cable. ...
... ca is a road that circles the city, and we headed in that direction. It soon became apparent that at some point we had zigged when we should have zagged, and after about 15 minutes we found ourselves back at the same glorieta, with smoothly flowing traffic. Three quarters of the way around, qnd we knew we were on the high road back to Valencia, and decided to end our Guanajuato adventure.
... powered through the reenactment portion of the building, and went straight to the gallery, where we said a lot of brisk Wows and Cools, until we got to his sketch room. Here there were a lot of recognizable sketches for his murals, along with a lot of his other early sketches. It was quite noticeable that his drawing skills were severely... lacking...at this stage in his career, but there was a certain quality to his Frida sketch that ...
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On the way back, we stopped in a tiny town, Sauceda, for a straw reindeer wreath and Halloween witch. Such craftsmanship.. these straw figurines and very inexpensive! Lastly, we made a quick tour of our first bazaar. These bazaars are all over the road sides down here.. you find them full of Mexican antiques, wrought iron and carved wooden furniture. Greg has his eye on a set of old church doors and an antique church bell.
... live within 10 minutes from me. Crazy!!
Saturday night, sigh, was the closing of the salsa bar I went to so often last summer. Maria Elena, her new house mate from Sweden Kararine, and I met up with Marcela, a girl from our program, and Ricardo and we went to the closing. The three of us met up with them at a restaurant where they were finishing up dinner, and there was live music. I felt pretty good about my ...