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What a wonderful day in Guanajuato. We rode the funicular (tram) with
Mom and Dad down to the centro for breakfast. Kona really did not
like the funicular and I had to carry him in. 85 pounds of struggling
dog, not real ez. 90 seconds later we were at the centro and Kona was
first off. Sitting outside, with Kona under the table we enjoyed
delicous breads, ...
... come from poor mining and farming families, and died between 1850 and 1950. However there are some males, including a French doctor still wearing a suit, and a few children.
The child mummies wear little angel outfits, as it was custom to dress dead children/babies as angels or saints before burial in order to assure their entrance into heaven by demonstrating their purity. There's also a mummied foetus on display next to its mummied mummy, ...
... be squeamish about the hot weather or anything cleanliness-related, and in truth Guanajuato is a really clean city - the sidewalks and tiled plazas are about as clean as I've seen, but on the other hand, dogs sometimes leave grody messes in the street, so Legos from street into food wasn't really cool with me! And I'm still in fear of food poisoning, which I seem to have a knack for getting.
After dinner, Jamie I ...
... to see, this place hits as hard for its weight class as an place I have ever been and definitely the most interesting town of itīs size I have yet to see in North American. It looks like Seville, Spain but folded into a taco and with a street layout that looks like it was designed by a Moroccan. The thru-road is a subterranean 4 lane that is actually a dried up river bed that has been paved over and walled in. There are ...
... sight to come across in the middle of Mexico!
Guanajuato's main attraction is the Mummy Museum. Unlike their Egyptian counterparts, these guys were just naturally preserved by the soil they were buried in. So once someone discovered this, they decided to dig up half the cemetery and put the corpses on display for a small entrance fee. Whoever curated the museum clearly had a sense of humour, with real tongue-in-cheek descriptions of ...