Holiday Inn Irapuato
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... don't know if it's ironic that it's called that, or if it's because of the beer activities I just described. Anyway, third was the food: Doritos with lime (I didn't try that, but it caught my attention. They put lime on everything here in Mexico.), and some thin bread sticks that I bought out of curiousity. Apparently they're called churritos, and they tasted kinda like those crunchy noodles that are sometimes on Chinese food.
... clears up quickly. This should be a daily, if not bi-daily, occurence.
This evening I had orientation so I met a few more people in my program. There's one girl in the program that lives in Maryland Heights--crazy! For those of you not familiar with St. Louis, or at least the area I live in, she probably lives about 10 or 15 minutes from me. We had the orientation at an Italian restaurant, ...
... style, much smaller, and reminded me a lot of Spain and Italy (from what I’ve seen in pictures). It’s set down in the mountains and had beautiful houses and architecture and was so brightly colored. Something really interesting is that the Guanajuato today is actually the third Guanajuato because it was built around a lot of rivers, so the first two Guanajuatos flooded and each time they built the next one on top of it. So currently, some houses ...
... 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 ...