Holiday Inn Express Guanajuato
Travel Blogs from Guanajuato
Sheila took a picture of one of the cities underground tunnels. As we walked back to the center park of the city Dahli pointed out the staircase that served in place of a street and then on to one of the narrow streets of the city central.
We arrived at the Central Park and found some statuary ...
... lead here in Guanajuato! I feel like the test in my Mexican Revolution class went really well so we'll see when I get my grade.
When I got home, I went straight to work and finished my last assignment. I got it finished before lunch, so I visited with Rebeca again as she finished up lunch. After lunch, she asked me something and my weak answer of "sí" made her look at me and laugh. She told me I needed to got take another nap until ...
... through pretty much any time I go anywhere, serves tapas (Spanish appetizers)! What an amazing evening!
After an hour or so, Erika was hungry so we went to get some food. Now, the restaurant that we were going to go to had a wait. Step in Guanajuato native Angel. He told us to follow him, and he took us two doors down, through what I always noticed was a store of home decorations. We walked right through it and in the back it opened up into ...
... We went to Diego Rivera’s childhood home but the most unusual place we’ve been was the Mummies Museum. They found years ago that the soil around here mummified the buried so they have a museum with perfectly preserved dead people, fingers with nails, beards, clothes they just look like deflated eyeless bodies. Some of their facial expressions weren’t that pleasant – for James it turned out to be a very thought provoking and scary experience – ...
... headed to see El Pípila, the hero of Guanajuato. He was a miner back in the days of the revolution against Spain, and he played a key role in helping Guanajuato gain their independence. There's a massive statue of him atop a hill so we took a venicular up there and enjoyed the real attraction, no offense Pípila, the view. It was absolutely amazing: Guanajuato, with all its colorful buildings, climbing up the sides of the mountains. To improve ...
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- Room service
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