Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Irapuato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It was here that Pipila (remember the statue) burned down the doors, allowing the insurgents to gain entry and defeat the Spaniard who were inside. The exhibition halls are full of items from different periods of Guanajuato's history. One could spend several hours in this interesting place.
Discovered in the 1900's in a very remote part of Guanajuato beneath a country estate called hacienda del Cochero, is a site where a Spanish Inquisitor had a clandestine torture ...
... our friend's house, we went out salsa dancing, and then, in a repition of a few weeks ago, we went out for tacos. I was exhausted, but I was overruled so I ended up rolling into bed a little before 6:00 AM.
Saturday was AWESOME! A group of us met up at 1 and we hiked up La Bufa. I can't say exactly how long it took us to hike up it, since we left sometime after 1 from the middle of town. However, I know we were at the top a little after 3 so ...
... of the party, and then randomly throughout the rest of the night, people would randomly use Spain’s grammar or accent when within my earshot. This includes one of my professors who actually was the first to make fun of me, in class, not long after my presentation. He claims he wasn’t making fun of me and that he was just practicing because the one and only teacher in the program from Spain, my only ally, has been teaching him ...
... and Don Luis, a pair of young star-crossed lovers whose romance was forbidden by their families, were able to steal kisses from the nearly-touching balconies of opposite houses as the street is so narrow (just 168 cm wide in places).
Unfortunately legend also has it that despite warning his daughter that she'd be sent to a convent if she left the house to see her beloved Luis, one day Doņa Carmen's father discovered their sneaky snogging and put ...
... It takes 180 steps to get to the door of the hotel, which is only about halfway up the callejon. The staircase always has numerous old women resting at strategic points along the climb. At night, the callejon is lit by candles in front of shrines to the Virgin Mary so, you know, itīs not that different from me going home at night in Cambridge.
So, that makes you think twice about whether you're forgetting anything important when ...