Holiday Inn Express Guanajuato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Early morning sounds are evocative of the culture, usually beginning with clanging bells and what I first took to be a gunshot and jumped out of my skin, but later realised it was fireworks, at 7.00am!
The second city of San Miguel where the 1810 Revolution began with Ignacio Allende, is now a very handsome town center, inhabited apparently by many retired Americans. There were some huge female puppets walking around in the ...
... was the size of a bean in the first ultrasound, and it stuck, at least for Estela. Well, it stuck with me too because I can never remember the little guy's name. I think it's Emilio . . . After meeting the baby the Mexican portion of the night began, which really just included some tequila to celebrate the 4th. Though in a shot glass, we sipped it and "enjoyed" it as we chatted, as is the Mexican way in most cases. Though I would have never believed it ...
... waiter, who was pretty darn funny. We found out it had just opened 3 days ago. Amy and I noticed the Spanish influence in the menu immediately. Turns out, the chef is from Barcelona so we asked to talk with him and he came out for a bit. We were just getting to know everyone! Then, we were sitting by the window and different callejonadas kept coming by. About 5 of them passed by while we were eating. We starting waving to them ...
... 10 people = 160 people -
14 tables of women and 2 tables of men - many of the people were very old and at least 1/3 of them needed canes to get around....It was 3 hours of work - 2 hours preparing the food and 1 hour serving the food - it was a sit down meal for the people there. They got a pretty good meal - taco's,
a bun with meat, cheese and sliced tomato's on it, chicken fried rice, cold slaw, beans ...
... belly"). Here I also met Ubaldo (Mexico) and Gallo (U.S.), students of French and Spanish respectively. We agreed that only Spanish would be spoken that day! This proved somewhat of a challenge for Gallo and I at times but we found ways to make ourselves understood.
I shared a few more funny Spanish moments from earlier in the trip, like the time in Zacatecas when I was telling my buddies how difficult it was to find a new pair of jeans in Mexico. The ...