Hotel Kasa Express
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... were the actual bodies, in full display. I think I'll leave it at that and if people want to know more details, they can ask.
After the museum, we took a short trip to the most famous alley in Guanajuato, El Callejón del Beso (Kiss Alley). It's an extremely narrow alley, and the balconies above practically touch. The legend goes there was a rich girl in one house and a poor boy in the other. The girl didn't heed her father's warning to ...
... Not overly impressive at all - so I got a huge slice of pizza from a street vendor on the way home! Delicious, and only $15 pesos (approx $1.00AUD) for the slice & a cup of soft drink. God, I'm such a cheap date!
Grabbing a bottle of red wine, tequilla, a bottle of Fresca (close to Lemonade) and some plastic cups, we headed up to the Mexiamora Plaza (just moments walk from our B&B), and in true Aussie bogan style, parked ourselves on a bench and had a ...
... We wake up early, pack up, and say thanks to Pablo before heading into Guanajuato. We find a nice plaza for one person to sit with the bicycles while the other explores the city. Yannick goes first, returning with some pastries for Shirley and says there’s a nicer plaza to relax at. We change locations and Yannick is right, much more pleasant. There are art students sitting around with their sketch pads, little cafes around, benches under trees…just a ...
Guanajuato is an old colonial silver mining town built for that purpose alone. Thus, it is located in a completely improbably spot--in a gorge surrounded by steep mountains. The colonial center is at the bottom of the gorge, but most of the population lives perched on the hillsides around it. My hotel is up one of these hills on a callejon, which is basically a little alleyway. But here, most alleyways are staircases due to the way the city is ...
... lost in this town and I like to keep my head on straight in foreign countries, particlularly when I´m toting a $600 camera. But no one else did. Todd Lauf´s mexican doppelganger, Luis, ended up belly down on a bar table sleeping with his feet on the floor and a trickle of drool coming out of the corner of his mouth. He didn´t actually look that much like Todd except for a really round face that´s always cracking up about ...