Hotel Kasa Express
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... as his reminder to turn off cell phones which including pretending his happened to ring at that moment, answering it to explain he couldn't talk because he was in the middle of a show, and then throwing it across the floor. Then he asked us what the action of throwing the phone across the floor meant. The answer? Freedom! As a person that likes to leave her phone at home every once in a while, I liked that. Secondly, for three of the pieces, ...
... to die for. I noticed immediately that there are many more cafes, and more English spoken also (although, still prodiminently Spanish).
We arrived at our lovely little B&B, nestled into a back alley behind the Teatro Pirincipal. We were dropped off by the taxi at the front of the Teatro, and had to walk up a few flights of stairs to get into the alleyway (certainly gave these smokers lungs a work out!!). We rang the doorbell ...
... when Mexico was fighting Spain for independence in 1810, dodged bullets to run to the doorway of the Alhondiga de Granaditas, the granary in Guanajuato (now a museum) where the Spanish had holed up along with most of the food in the city, plus guns and piles of silver. Pipila set fire to the door, which allowed the Mexicans to take the building and take Guanajuato. Unfortunately, when you stand under the statue on the hillside, you mostly can ...
... can a tortilla be? Believe me, they can be way better.
Speaking of shock and awe, its also that way with the language barrier. Barely anybody speaks any English here, so I'm quickly trying to learn enough Spanish to get by. When you have to, you improve really quickly. I don't think I've ever been in a place with such a low concentration of English speakers--not even China. Well, maybe China. Anyway, perhaps this is the kick in the pants ...
... as it gave us a chance to see both Guanajuato and Mexico City.
First we headed out and walked to the market by Amber's apartment and got some sandwiches to go. We then drove about 15 minutes away to the outskirts of Queretaro to Carlos' parent's house. They live way up on a big hill that gives a great overview of Queretaro (amazing at night). Their house was amazing and so nice. We ended up eating there and watching a little bit of ...