Holiday Inn Express Guanajuato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Day 280 Reluctantly, we packed up our things and said goodbye to our homely room this morning. Leaving our bags at the restaurant (attached to the guesthouse), we made our way towards the Don Quixote museum. The museum was much bigger than we had been expecting and contained thousands images (both pictures and sculptures) of the fictional Don. In the images, he was usually solitary, usually emaciated, usually unhinged-looking, ...
When we woke up this morning Carlo and I were still digesting all of the food from the night before, so we had a light breakfast of toast and oatmeal. We chatted casually with Alicia and Sandra and they told us that there would be art on La Plaza for Dia de los Muertos that we should check out. After we returned it would be about time for the family to show up for a dinner that Sandra was cooking for all of us.
Carlo and I headed down to La Plaza to see what the fuss ...
... out. There was a clear interest here, where the others seemed pretty inattentive. By now we were kindly being escorted out of the building.
We swam upstream back toward our car, when we were suddenly reminded that this was also Cervantes' town. We were reminded by the giant statues of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza riding valiantly next to the olde Cervantes theatre. Cervantes never actually lived here or anything, but it's the site ...
Okay, the last week has come and gone, finally! I decided on Sunday that the best way to handle this week was to stay up about an hour later than normal every night this week. That way, if the week ended up being as bad as I thought it might be, I'd have enough hours in the night to finish everything on Thursday night. If it didn't end up being that bad, then I didn't kill myself any night this week and I'd might, possibly, get a good ...
... of Mexican culture as I sang along with the live music. Anyway, back to the sad goodbye. Maria Elena's "brother," Panchito, knows the owner of El Bar well and threw him a little party. They brought in a mariachi band to play a few songs, had cake for the owner to just take a big bite out of, apple bobbing style, there were balloons everywhere, and some signs that said, We love the Bar! (literally, they were in English ...