Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Irapuato
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... to use before we're completely out of water.
I went to salsa and danced with one of the new students that's learning super quickly so it's more fun now that they'll learning more. Friday night one of the teachers had a party at her house to say good-bye to all the students who had graduated. It was good times as always, and we went out to go dancing afterwards. We went to the same place as before, and I had ...
... strange mix. There were songs in a English and Spanish, which is fine, but they were pretty much all slow ballads, and then the YMCA came on. Where'd that come from? Also, I do my work in the formal dining room, where there is another refrigerator. I saw inside it today, and it looked a little more "normal" with cartons of things. Anyway, around noon Rebeca and I headed out again to buy a cell phone for me. We came across Sasha and ...
What a nice surprise... After a day of juggling and rearranging - accommodating and compromising we ended up changing our plans to including visiting Guanajuato and skipping San Miguel. I couldn't have asked for a better day. A beautiful short drive took us into this charming city built on inclines of stone walls, tunnels and scenic mountain views. A short ...
On to Leon with the two Jose Luis'. Jose Luis the younger is a wealth of remembered information from his art history classes. We first went shoe shopping then on to the church Expiatorio
in Leon where Jose Luis the younger was able to tell us all the history of the church, the arcitectural influences and various events that ...
... to learn a language.
So, anyway, Guanajuato is nice. Not too many sights, per se. Diego Rivera's house is here, which has a collection of some of his work. He really went for the ultra-realistic hairy nipple look in his female nudes. There is also a museum that is just an extremely extensive collection of images of Don Quixote. Nothing else, just Don Quixote. They're obsessed with Don Quixote in Guanajuato, and I don't really know why.