Gran Plaza Hotel & Convention Center
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Dahli took us up near the Cathedral and showed us one of the College buildings with its lengthy stair case which has been used as an open theater with a screen at the bottom landing.
... and then kept working until I was finished with everything that I needed to do for Friday morning. I think it was about 11 when I went to bed--that's a good night's sleep, especially for this program. My plan worked!
In the first class on Friday, I was so thankful for staying up a little bit every night this week and for doing all that work last weekend. One girl only slept 1 1/2 hours, and another girl slept 2 hours! Oh, what a ...
... rico there for tasting! That, for those who aren’t sure, is one of my favorite Spanish foods! I was pumped! If I had to put it into American terms, I’d call it ham jerky, as opposed to beef jerkey, but it’s served in thin slices. Knowing that the wine tasting would only last a few hours and then that little piece of Spain would be gone, I was even more pumped to learn that the restaurant next store, in the main Plaza de la Paz that ...
... washing out on the roof then wandering down and roaming the town, we had our favourite little square to finish in where we would sit and have drinks and watch the world go by, being serenaded by the old mariachi men who after a few songs would all sit on the bench under the tree and have forty winks to get their breath back. We’d wander back down in the evening to eat and be part of the evening crowd. All the steps would have families eating and socialising in the ...
... were the actual bodies, in full display. I think I'll leave it at that and if people want to know more details, they can ask.
After the museum, we took a short trip to the most famous alley in Guanajuato, El Callejón del Beso (Kiss Alley). It's an extremely narrow alley, and the balconies above practically touch. The legend goes there was a rich girl in one house and a poor boy in the other. The girl didn't heed her father's warning to ...