Hotel Mexico Plaza Guanajuato
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... in the distance. Where the grass is greener there are cattle and some sheep, sometimes herded by groucho cowboys on horseback - typical Mexicans, just like the films!
Our first stop was Teotahuacan, where a guide took us round the ruins of Quezachotal's Palace and climbed the many steps of the Moon and Sun temples. This was a vast site where we drove from one temple to another. Tourists spread out over the ruins and the vendours accosted us at ...
... if you will. Sol is Rebeca's 18-year-old granddaughter who died in January. I knew all about it because Armando and I had been in contact. I didn't know Sol too well because she didn't come around as much as some of the other grandkids, but it was so sad talking about it with Rebeca. Ugh. A few days later I saw Moi, Sol's dad, for the first time. He's a big jokster and I was glad to see he seemed to be pretty much his normal self, though he ...
... language to live music.. And I figured out some of the sign language signs for some of the words - eg. reindeers, nose, etc.
It also got me thinking - I do like to think about things - and San Miguel doe seem to be a stimulus to my thinking - sign language is not about words, it is a concepts type of language or form of communication - like the Chinese written language - with concepts being represented by icons or symbols..... So there could be one universal ...
... or esquila) bells which are light and cheerful. The loudest bell in town (higher up on the cathedral) is "Miguel" which measures 6 feet tall; of course it was named after San Miguel the Archangel, and it "calls" the town to mass. "Miguel" also rings every day at 3:00 p.m. (the time Jesus' death) and at 8:00 p.m. for benediction to all residents.
In front of the Parroquia and the church adjoining it (St. Rafael), is a pillar with a statue of Bishop Diez ...
... to the Mexicans to prepare them to fight against the Spanish), and of course, the amazing Parroquia cathedral.
El Pipila made two stops; the first was at the Juarez Park. San Miguel has a natural underwater spring located near the Juarez Park, and a public laundry (necessary a hundred years ago) was created, now a vestige to the past and social meeting place still used today. The spring was originally found by dogs in the pre-Hispanic time period. While at ...