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A reasonably early start and we decided to have an easy last day in Guanajuato.
One church that I decided to attempt to find was the church of silver miners. We took a ten minute taxi ride to la Valenciana, about ten k out of the centre of town. This is reported to be the oldest intact church in the district, and the outside of templo de san Cayetano is not in the best shape. The church looks over Guanajuato from the east and ...
... right there at the statue and sure enough it eventually did just that. I had an hour there, unless I wanted to wait two hours, and with the thick clouds (that I was looking down on) covering any chance of a breath-taking view of the surrounding country, an hour was plenty of time to check out the little museum, the two churches and the statue. On the way back down, I noticed that the new paved road was actually a newly laid stone road and was ...
... br> It begins with each student chipping in about a tenner, then having about 5 trucks full of beer follow them through as they march through the streets making a load of noise, before getting to their University campus, where they soak each other in beer, have some bands playing, chant offensive stuff at the University campus, then go up to ring a bell, jumping up and down like a proper celebration and soaking each other in more beer! There were a couple of parents around – ...
Well, the last week of the first session went smoothly. I had two presentations, and they both went well. Luckily all my final presentations were pretty spread out so I didn't have any nights that I was up all night, but I was up to midnight most nights. Oh, I realized I never mentioned my conversation class. I had it Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, and I had that time free all last summer. That was one reason why ...
... several monuments and buildings that we just had to see. Looking out over the city, is a monument honouring El Pipila, a local hero who burned the doors of a building in which the Spanish had barricaded themselves, on September 28, 1810, enabling Father Hidalgo and his motley crew of peasants to win the first victory of the independence movement. The statue shows El Pepila holding a torch and standing in a defiant pose. It can be seen anywhere that you are in the city and it is worth ...