Holiday Inn Express Silao Aeropuerto Bajio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hello, I thought I would try a mobile up date as we are driving to San Miguel de Allende. We were in Etzatlan the last couple nights. A very nice camp ground, green grass, lots of shade, clean washroom hot shower and friendly guest and host. In the evening we walked to the Centro, was very nice atmosphere and we were entertained by some dancers and a drummer. Last night was more entertaining but most of us were too ...
... there was much in common and very interesting conversation. The 1 ½ hours passed quickly.
We did not arrive at the house until around 8 p.m., next to last to be dropped off but our friends were waiting and had a lovely dinner all prepared.
Sleep came quickly and we slept soundly, tired after our day of ...
After 9 months, 3 weeks and 2 days of being together 24-7 it's no surprise that some quality time to ourselves was needed. In the routine of normal life we would go to work, have after-work drinks and engage in other after-work activities like gym or Spanish class. But while travelling we don't have that time apart, in fact, there's very little of it!
So we decided to conduct an experiment. A few days apart. Travelling separately in ...
... food, theater, culture, and more! Heaven! Not to mention incredible subterranean streets straight out of a James Bond movie and ground level streets so narrow you have to move sideways to pass.
Guanajuato is the home of many festivals and they had just wrapped up a Gastronomic Food Festival and were knee deep in the Guanajuato International Film Festival. The energy was bright, upbeat, and a massive blend of old meets new. As we peeked through and explored ...
Having enjoyed the bliss of a direct flight over to the UK our flight back to Mexico was a little more tedious. We took what was by far the cheapest flight back but which meant not one stopover but three, taking us via Rekjavik, a (short) night in Boston, and Orlando before we finally get back to Cancun and our bags. To add to the fun of the trip the first two legs were on Iceland Air – think RyanAir but for 6 hours at a stretch. We nearly didn't even get on ...