Holiday Inn San Luis Potosi Quijote
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... didn't understand and made us spill orange squash on ourselves. The photos tell their own story. Basically, Shakespearean fitties took us on a 2 hour tour of the city and it was the tits.
On our way through the Bahio we stopped off in San Luis Potosi and saw an amazing mask museum, as well as having one of the most amazing lunches ever. We thought it was 2 courses, turns out that all of the options were the meal. In numbers, this means:- 1 meal- 6 dishes-7 carbs- ...
... balloon and bubble sellers and I pass a Dr Simi pharmacy complete with dancing mascot outside. The museum of masks is home to an amazing collection of traditional costumes and masks used in Mexican folk dancing and I while away a happy hour or so admiring the displays and playing hide and seek with the custodians to avoid paying a photography fee. The weather is beautiful and I head back out onto the streets towards the Calzada de Guadelupe, a long ...
I'm not usually one for going back. With few exceptions, I tend to cut ties once I leave a city. Not sure exactly why but it seems to happen and I have very few lasting friendships from these extended excursions into strange lands and none from the city of my birth where I spent the first 30 years of my life, Montreal.
So here I am, going back after 16 years to San Luis Potosi. I was a little nervous because I ...
... light and there were some breaks from the wet stuff. Sweeping curves, tight twisties, spooky switchbacks, all amidst stunning scenery which could only be appreciated judiciously. Let your eyes linger even slightly too long and it could be disastrous. I got in a nice rythym and pushed it a little when it was safe to do so, slowed down when the bike going down meant probable death.
It my be hard for a non-motorcylist to understand but most riders accept a certain amount of ...
... mom picked me up around noon, and we went to their house for lunch. In the afternoon Eli took me to the local "Ghost Town". Cerro de San Pedro was a flourishing mining town hundreds of years ago, but became a ghost town when the mining collapsed, partly due to the lack of water resources. About 4 years ago a Canadian mining company began operations in the adjacent hills and mountainside, much to the chagrin of the few locals who still lived in the area. The incredible scarring of ...