Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Irapuato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Irapuato
... Many of the neighbourhood kids were running around the plaza playing a friendly game of soccer, and several dogs chasing around after them.
After one too many tequillas, we wandered back to the B&B. Mum fell asleep pretty much immediately. Being the nightowls that we are, MIchael & I pottered around, checked in with our loved ones, and heard this large sound coming from almost outside of the B&B. Being the curious cats that we are, we ducked ...
... a dog]. Many old homes are now high end shops. Alan did not like San Miguel de Allende. I suggested to him perhaps it's a case of AFCT: another ******* colonial town. The usual dashing about with Carlos into churches, public areas, historical anecdotes, etc. Alan had had enough of walking so we waited for the bus to arrive, picking us up at 1126.
By 1133 we were back on a highway. At 1142 were we done the [way too many] speed bumps, heading out on highway 51. ...
... which are actually the old houses from the second Guanajuato. I don’t know what is with Mexicans and their desire to build cities on water but they really should stop doing that haha. But basically we spent a day walking around the city going to all the main sites, and one of the most well-known sites is the Callejon de beso. It’s basically two balconies that are super close together with a Romeo and Juliet type story. Essentially there was a ...
... the hotel. The hotel, a family run operation, is very nice. The woman who runs it makes very good breakfast every morning (I had great chorizo quesadillas for breakfast this morning) and its quite clean. Like a lot of buildings in Mexico, parts of it are open to the elements, at least the common areas and hallways are. This makes for a nice breeze. Guanajuato is surprisingly temperate. There is no need for an air conditioner and you actually need ...
... of people still in the game on my walk home, all the places that the kids had been mock-fornicating on earlier were occupied by people who just couldnīt stumble all the way back home. The bars were still open, techno garbage was still bumping out of the clubs, and the liquor stores were still doing a brisk business (I guess they suspend closing time on Studentīs Day). I could still hear the party going on from the terrace of my ...