Holiday Inn Express Guanajuato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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All this week my school was advertising sign-ups for a Saturday trip and tour to Guanajuato, MX for 80 pesos (about 50-something dollars). I have been to Guanajuato once before and absolutely fell in love with it. Think of it as a more hilly, compact, busy and populated version of San Miguel. The buildings, plazas and architecture are similar to San Miguel, only it has a more bigger "city" feel. It is bursting with ...
... of the city we found a subsidy of the local tourism office, where they were selling guided tours. We booked one of these and even managed to negotiate a discount! So we went on this tour (in Spanish) for a few hours and our guide was very good. He was able to explain all the main attractions and much more. During the tour we also went to visit a wax cabinet with all kinds of wax figures that resembled important characters of the fight for the independence, but ...
... ways for 20 days from 15 March. Wayne is heading back to Elsinore California on the 15th to do a skydiving camp for 2 weeks and I have booked to flights go to Cuba for 2 weeks on the 17th March returning 31st. I am really looking forward to the time in Cuba as wanted to go 5 yrs ago but time limits prevented it.Being more flexible thistime has it's advantages.However I as ...
... going out to lunch with Maria Elena's sister in the neighboring town and I wouldn't see them again until next year. Well, we grabbed a taxi and headed over there, but they weren't there! Uh-oh. We knocked multiple times, I tried the Mexican thing and just yelled their names, nothing. So, confused, we headed back to Maria Elena's house to think things through. We finally got a hold of Kevin and got it all worked out. I said my good-byes ...
... and I really liked working there. It's really just in a corner of a plaza so it's kind of an open air cafe, but not really. It's hard to explain, but I have a feeling I'll be spending more Sundays there doing work. For dinner Rebeca served us carnitas (it's a dish made with pork) and cake left over from party (she had hid the cake for us in the oven so that no one would eat it!), and then I did another 2 hours of homework. One more week, and I'll be halfway ...