Holiday Inn Leon
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Leon
... magnificent early 20th century building called the Teatro Juarez. At the time, there were street performers on the stairs at the front so I wasnt able to get in, but did enjoy the view from the front. The performances at the front were enough to keep me occupied!
The following day, we just walked throughout the city, lapping up every single minute of it. We went inside a few of the Cathedrals, which might I add were the most ...
... good covers for most of the night. The music style then changed, and we found ourselves not enjoying the place as much and so headed to, wait for it, yes, barfly, another big student hangout. Again the place was rammo, and after being chatted to, and bought a drink by a man who was so drunk he didnt seem to notice that i couldnt speak spanish, we chatted to some students that could. After many more drinks we retired to our balcony for more beers then bed. The ...
... and it was really high. I had to stand on the bed below and swing my right leg up as high as I could so my leg was on the top bed. I then had to grab onto the bars of the end of the bed and pull myself up and accross on my stomach so that I was face down on the bed! I was thankful to yoga that I could get my leg up that high!
We went to a museum that day full of dead bodies that had ...
... think it’ll be too bad. I am going to work on it more tomorrow morning.
I was just about falling asleep in our music class today. We learned about 4 different artists, too! There were presentations on Mohenía, Motel, Estope, and El Canto De Loco. I do enjoy the class okay, but today was not the best day of class we’ve ever had. Holly and I walked home immediately after class. We had a really good squash and vegetable soup, avocado ...
... to not have to walk the whole way!
We got to spend a little more time around the house in-between our classes today. It was a special lunch because Charlene is leaving to go to Oaxaca tomorrow. We had Mexican Pozole. It is a soup made with a large corn grain (which may be a type of large barley) with potato, broth, and some vegetables. We also put chicken, salad, and rhubarb in the soup. It was really, really tasty! We also had hard corn tortilla shells to eat ...