Hotel Mexico Plaza Guanajuato
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... some reading, the rotunda in the Jardin de la Union comes alive with a band playing salsa, tango and bossa beats. The pathway around the rotunda is buzzing with couples of all ages dancing. As if this did not get the emotions going enough, Maz reminded me of how much Dad would have absolutely loved this. I stayed bleary eyed for the next hour, mesmorised by the wonderful community we have stumbled into.
... on Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 6:30 (or 7:00) to 8:00 (or probably later) so we'll see how many I can make it to.
Friday morning I headed to a museum of all of Guanajuato's legends, and Guanajuato has lots of legends. It was quite a walk, back up near the dam. The museum was set up so that each legend was represented by one or two of its most important scenes and either the tour guide or a recording told you the story. There was even ...
... my three.
After church, the kids and I walked to the Jardin. Greg called on my cell phone. I told him to Google the 24 hour San Miguel "live feed" webcam so he could see us in the plaza. He did and we talked for about 15 minutes while he watched us on the web cam. He loved seeing Katie, Caroline and Thomas in the crowded Sunday square. He took pictures of us from his computer at home.. too cool!
We ate ...
... was lovely and gave us a gift of another painting to take back to Australia so we can teach the world about his little town. We learned that it's also the homeplace of Don Quixote (google him!) We had no idea who all the paintings and statues in town were of!
We were sad to leave town on Monday, but we'll never get across the Panama Canal at the rate! We spent Monday night just west ...
... that night, but I do know it included the Rosewood Hotel magazine crew and a Guanajuato newspaper.
Lovely evening.. I was seated next to a wonderful British woman, my age, married to a San Miguelite physician, and a friendly, interesting expat, 45 years old, owner of the Sotheby's residential real estate company in San Miguel. Such a special night and Maria's Austrian cake dessert was the most delicious thing I have ever eaten!