Holiday Inn Express Guanajuato
Travel Blogs from Guanajuato
... Maria Elena to do some shopping. We went to an art/craft fair, the same one we went to last year, actually. I bought some delicious jellies and an etched glass table decoration. The lady wrapped the glass decoration extra well, and we discussed the best way to get it home in one piece. I'm pretty confident it'll make it. I then accompanied Maria Elena to Danielle, Erika, and Kevin's place to say good-bye to them. Erika, Kevin, and Maria ...
... get my computer connected to the Internet and work out other things. I was pleasantly surprised to run into my friend, Amy, who was waiting for another friend, Donna. So, after an excitement-filled reunion and doing what we needed to do at the university we did what good SLI (Summer Language Institute) students do, we went to a cafe to get some work done. So is the life in Guanajuato! We went to a little cafe that they went to pretty much ...
Well, I have arrived at the worst point of any trip--almost the end. As that breath-taking view I get to enjoy every morning reached my eyes Monday morning on my way to class, I was filled with a heavy sadness, knowing that I only had 2 weeks left. Of course, when I try to cheer myself up and think of all my family and friends at home, all the feelings get mixed together and I want to stay and leave at the same time. Why hasn't bi-location been figured ...
... guest musicians. What was unique about that is that they were 13 and 14 years old. One played the guitar, one the violin, and the last the piano. They were awesome, plus they were fun to watch because they weren't as posed as the members of the symphony. The last thing they did was play the music from The Sorcerer's Apprentice while the corresponding clip from the Disney movie played on a screen above them.
We left the theater to find ...
... away from this place is a deeper appreciation of the cultural differences in the way with which Mexicans deal with death, and quite possilby will leave you feeling a little sick."
The bodies are of Guanajuato residents from the late 1800s to the 1950s whose families couldn't afford to pay taxes for the graves of their dead relatives. The tax was only in effect for those years, but if your relatives couldn't pay it, the city dug up your ...
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