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... well as pastelerias.
Basilica de Nuestra Senora de Gunajuato. Can't miss this imposing church! It was built in the 1600s. There's a monument right in front, mercado de artesania right next to it, and al fresco restaurants and cafes all around.
Mercado de Hidalgo. Just passed by this place. It's a massive colonial building. They were already closing when I got there.
... were the actual bodies, in full display. I think I'll leave it at that and if people want to know more details, they can ask.
After the museum, we took a short trip to the most famous alley in Guanajuato, El Callejón del Beso (Kiss Alley). It's an extremely narrow alley, and the balconies above practically touch. The legend goes there was a rich girl in one house and a poor boy in the other. The girl didn't heed her father's warning to ...
... 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 ...
... with it but I wouldn't say it was BAD. Probably wouldn't ever order it again when there is such great food to choose from.
Met a friend, had some drinks in Leon, busted a move back to Guanajuato to watch a free show for the Cervantino Festival. It was an Italian production with stilts and skull costumes and sort of a creepy magical Romeo and Juliet. FROZE MY ASS OFF even with the extra jacket Erick ...
... 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. Aren´t you idiots supposed to be looking the other way?
Mexican customs consisted of "Buenos Dias, Senor," Stamp, Stamp. Nevertheless the border town was dusty, ...