Hotel Mexico Plaza Guanajuato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... of Mexico.
Our cabbie got lost but we ended up less than a block from our hotel. The hotel is stunning with modern decor in what was formerly a large home. The staff were aware that M was having a birthday so they upgraded us to a beautiful suite overlooking the Jardin de la Union. When we arrived in our room they had prepared a birthday fruit tart and birthday card signed by all the staff. This hotel has lots of wonderful touches and a young staff that are ...
... that it's well known that in Guanajuato the streets turn into rivers and the steps into waterfalls when it rains. Well, this was a *********g rain, and I have never seen the streets like this before (that's partially because I'm not usually in the streets when it's raining). I'll let the picture do the talking here, because there's no way you'd be able to picture, or believe it, without one. However, I will tell you what happened on the way ...
... of life, etc.
After lunch, Moni and I went to the St. Juan de Dios market looking for oil cloth vendors. I coined it "Tarpyville" after all the vendors' tarps. That night, I took the kids to Pollo Feliz for dinner which is hopefully the last hoorah there!
The past few days, friends at home are planning for our return. And I need to make plans for Caroline's 10th birthday, the day after we arrive home! All three kids are ready ...
... I was, but made the most of a lie in before eventually surfacing around 2pm. Had some more Yorkshire Tea and went for some hangover Gorditas which did part of the recovery job, before I decided there wasn’t too much else for me to do in the town so moved on to the next location… Wanted to get straight to a place in the middle of nowhere called Las Pozas, but was one of the most difficult places to reach ever, so needed to go back to another UNESCO Pueblo Magico ...
... you see only in rainy season) is a rock climbing area about an hour away from San Miguel. Katie had never been rock climbing before outside of a few climbs up artificial rock climbing walls. She said it was a cold, very fun experience though the group did more hiking and playing at the obstacle course, than actual climbing. Great foursome of kids that got along well and were so easy to have together.. that was the report ...