El Marques Hacienda Hotel
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... tax from the families of the people buried there, and if the families couldn't pay, the government exhumed the bodies. Due to the arid conditions of Guanajuato, many of the bodies that were removed from the cemetery were mummified, so they were put in a museum so visitors could pay to see them. The museum has been updated greatly since the mummies were originally displayed because previously there was no glass between the mummies and the visitors.
... alive. It has always been my worst nightmare and it made me want to exit as soon as possible.
In addition to the woman buried alive there was one who was obvious strangled while another was shot in the stomach. Dahli ...
... about the Mexican Revolution, which basically consisted of groups of people running around shooting each other.
When I got home, I sat down and chatted for a bit. As I explained to Rebeca, my teacher telling us which essays would be on the test was a major help. Blanca, the daughter-in-law, came over and commented on how carefree I seemed--things were looking 100% better, in my opinion. I had studied with my friends almost until ...
... remember the stories of me doing the same thing last year, which he didn't) so it was good times.
When Saturday rolled around I decided that I just didn’t have the time to go the surprise party after all. I was extremely disappointed to have to make the decision, but I knew in the long run I’d be glad I made it. It was just too long of a time—14 hours from 11AM to 1AM—to lose. So, as a compromise, I hung out with ...
... the Conde de Rul, who was the richest man in Mexico for hundreds of years. We walked around the hacienda at the start of the mines which was an insight into his lavish lifestyle.
We then made a steep climb to the Monumento al Pipila, which sits on top of the hillside overlooking the city. This is my favourite part of the day, with amazing views across the entire city. I could easily spend a whole afternoon just looking at this view!
Love Guanajuarto :)