Holiday Inn Salamanca
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... sure that we had spent more time on buses than in a town, and all we wanted to do was be at the beach. The 5 hours finally rolled around and we boarded the bus to Oaxca with some Mexicans who thought we had lost the plot. The 4.5 hour journey flew by as we woke up in Oaxca, tired disorientated and annoyed we had yet 1 more bus to take to get to Puerto Escondido. Earlier we had researched buses to take from Oaxca and we gathered there ...
... a museum but the ground floor was his birthplace in 1886. Two of the floors of the museum show Diego Rivera's original works and sketches for famous murals like the ones we were able to see in Mexico City. There were also some black and white photos of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo throughout their lifetime. After the museum, we found ourselves waiting on the street to catch a bus to the silver mines in Valenciana. A woman waiting for the bus asked us if we spoke Spanish, and ...
... a Chevy dealership, Holiday Inn Express, and, the most surprising, an Applebee's. It was right next to the Holiday Inn so maybe it was for the American tourists. Once out of Leon, from the little I could see, I think it would have been a beautiful drive to Guanajuato. Guanajuato's in the highlands so I saw the shadows of mountain peaks.
My first thought about Guanajuato? Dang, I'm going to get lost a lot. I ...
I'd be broke if I tipped every single busker who has ever sang or fiddled or plucked his/her guitar near me. But this time I did. It was better than I could have imagined... driving into Guanajuato on a crowded bus, winding through the tunnels into and out of the darkness all the while accompanied by typical live Mexican music. It was like the beginning of a movie...
Such was my introduction to possibly the prettiest little town in all of Mexico! Set between three ...
... across the city, including the cathedral (aka la Basilica Colegiata de Nuestra Seņora de Guanajuato) by the Plaza de la Paz, la Parroquia del Inmaculado Corazon de Maria, the baroque churches of La Compaņia and La Valenciana, and la Iglesia de San Diego on the pretty Jardin de la Union plaza.
We also visited:
El Callejon del Beso (Kiss Alley)
Guanajuato's own tragic Romeo & Juliet love story. Local legend has it that ...