Holiday Inn Irapuato
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... the color of and tasted like cranberry juice, but a little sweeter and not quite as strong. I'll have to make sure I get the name of that because it was delicious!
After breakfast I met up with Amy, and her new housemate Stephen at school so that Stephen could get everything set up and I could print off some things. Plus, we all had to get our computers set up so we could connect to the school's Internet. Well, the plan was to do ...
... to look at the inside of the Teatro Juarez, one of the town's grand theatres, but it was closed.
Wondering if we might be cutting things a bit fine to catch out 2.15 bus back to Mexico City we then stood in the hot sun for 25 mins to catch a bus up to La Valenciana, a church with impressive paintings inside. Finally the bus came. We got out at the church only to discover it was closed too.
At this point ...
... was old, rickety, cracked, and a virtual vertical ascent. Just beneath the ladder was a hard wash filled with water. No, no, no, no, no.
Everyone else was already on top of the terrace looking down and encouraging us to climb. And, they’d carried up the food, chairs, and table! The peer pressure got the best of me and while I finally climbed up it with baited breath, at the end of the evening I begged Veronique to let me through her wet, freshly stained ...
... door of wherever we were and every time we emerged, there was a crowd around him petting and playing with him. His intended-to-be-intimidating spike collar really does nothing when you look at his face which could melt Antarctica.
You could really walk around the town forever and not get sick of it, but we only had a few hours. All in all, we found a cliche place to kiss, an all-vegan store, gave Brody a good walk, and forced us to think about living ...
... airplane hangar where you can have dinner, do your groceries and get a new dress.
The city is pretty touristy, but not so bad. It's mostly in the center part by the language schools and two big theaters. Yesterday I was thinking, well, at least there's no Starbucks yet. Then I turned a corner and there was Starbucks. And Domino's. There's a lot of foreigners here, so I don't get a second look. It makes for a nice transition, but already I'm looking forward to ...