Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Irapuato
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Travel Blogs from Irapuato
... Hidalgo per agreement, not worth the detour according to Carlos. A farmer raises just chickens whereas a rancher raises a bit of everything. A bit of soft music at 0906, reaching the highway at 0911. When smog became an issue in Mexico City, industries in the suburbs were booted out, to the benefit of places like Queretaro and Puebla [largest Volkswagen factory in the world].
It's raining to the west, another day when the sun is struggling to poke through. At 0926 ...
... in shady plazas watching the world go by while drinking our new novelty drink Micheladas (beer with a lot of spices and chilli in it).
This place is covered in terracotta beauty and I want to buy it all! Unfortunately not practical for the plane journey home so left empty handed...boo!
Sarah and Rob x
... for his beso since we're on the street. (We spent the day the 3 of us switching between english and spanish). Those of you who know me know I'm absolute **** with names so the one who told me the story is now called Callejon del Beso and the other will be "Friend".
Story of Callejon del Beso.... bla bla bla it's like a Romeo and Juliet deal, the street was so narrow the balconies practically touch and one dad killed the son of the rival family ...
... for quite a while, but I couldn't shake the idea that I must have missed something. After tearing apart my jengalike packing job for fifteen minutes, border patrol decided I was on the level and told me I could be on my way. Arenīt you idiots supposed to be looking the other way?
Mexican customs consisted of "Buenos Dias, Senor," Stamp, Stamp. Nevertheless the border town was dusty, ...
... Spanish, and unelss you are fluent it is not worth the entrance fee.
I headed back to Guanujuato and headed up the Funicular (located next to el Teatro Juarez) to the monument above the city. A great view both in the day at night. If you head East of el Teatro Juarez there is a small Callejon before the Museum of Don Quixjote that will take you up and save you the fee. Itīs quite the walk so avoid the midday climb. A beautiful view well worth the time regardless ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility