Hotel Mexico Plaza Guanajuato
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... up top do not open until a bit later in the morning.
We walked from El Pípila to Casa de las Leyendas, taking in all the sights along the way. At Casa, two young boys gave us a tour of the various legends of Guanajuato. There were light-up animatronic displays throughout the facility, which was made to look like caverns due to the mining history of Guanajuato. Some of the displays were pretty ...
... me why… Only soups and salads. Well, perfect, that’s just what I need before a night full of partying in a club. But whatever, I ordered a Cesar Salad. What I got after an hour was nothing short of ridiculous. A small plate, 5 leaves of salad on it, with extremely greasy croutons, some other cheese than parmesan that tasted strange and some unidentifiable mass that the waiter explained to me as chicken. I thought they didn’t have meat? Didn’t look like meat and ...
... and hotdogs, Pluto pups and smiles.In town we walked amongst the Mariachi bands and peolle everywhere. Mexican fun everywhere. A late dinner and back home to plan our departure and next stop.Sunday 2nd March. Late last night and all through the early hours we heard canons firing. Checking with mthe hotel owner and itmis a saint day so the mountain church is firing canons, as you do . Breakfast was less inspiring today inmthe market and the coffee worse but still for me ...
... There is a huge cafe culture and debated-ly the best artesanal markets in Mexico. There is also a toy museum, displaying handmade toys from different regions and ages in Mexico, a recently refurbished art gallery and museum charting the history of the ...
... for kids). We met a group in the Jardin; George Carlson (a part-time San Miguel resident/part time New Mexico resident) was our volunteer tour guide. The tour meets in front of the Parroquia Church in the Jardin.
With today being the actual Mexican Revolution Day, there is a parade! The gates were coming up at the Jardin and other preparations being made for this holiday which memorializes the 10 year fight Mexico endured to take back control of ...