Holiday Inn Express Guanajuato
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... hugged and kissed checks (I love this about the Mexicans). Lucy then motioned for me to come meet some people. Turns out there were 3 people from Chicago staying with Aunt Lucy and she had just brought them into the airport, so that worked out nicely. She was able to have the Chicagoans tell me a little bit about Aunt Lucy and Aunt Lucy had them tell me that she knew I was traveling alone so she said she'd keep me safe and help me get around the city. ...
... br> Tuesday I checked out the Diego Rivera museum. Rivera's an extremely well-known Mexican artist and he was born here in Guanajuato, about a 5 minute walk from where I stay. They have the rooms furnished in the style of that era, and then the building next to it displays his art as well as other art displays. My favorite part was art painted onto maguey leaves. There was also a replica of one of his famous murals--the first one I studied in my ...
... everyone knows everyone. Guess it comes with its advantages and disadvantages but everyone seemed pretty friendly here so it was a good place to come visit for a couple of days before getting the bus over to the more student friendly colonial town, UNESCO world heritage site and Pueblo Magico of Guanajuato.
I almost missed the bus, due to a quick stop of at Oxxo for a last ditch Jason Sausage but after more or less dropping that all over my face and the floor, jumped on ...
... I mentioned that that's one of the classes I'm currently taking, and Moises started telling me stories and told me he had pictures from it. So, later I went upstairs to his room and he should me all kinds of pictures from his childhood and really throughout his life. It was really cool and he suggested I take pictures of the pictures so I could use them in class, which I obviously did!
Later, Armando, the son, was ...
... Mexican Baroque style. This is because the mines of the state were at maximum production during the 18th century, when this style was fashionable. If you look at the picture, I believe you understand what makes this place so charming. For me it's the colours, the architecture, it's richness in culture, the fact that it is build above mines and nowadays uses the old mines for its road system, and the relaxed atmosphere which we particularly enjouyed ...