Hotel Mexico Plaza Guanajuato
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... s help, made a veil (sewing tulle to a headband) and a sash. For Kevin we personalized a hat then we also bought him a bow tie. For everyone we bead necklaces. I was pretty proud of our ideas and how well they turned out! That whole process really took up most of the day. We all met up in a restaurant called Mexico Lindo y Sabroso. Kevin and Amy were extremely surprised and happy with their little gifts and we had a great dinner. There was a ...
Like a magnet, after a few more days away on day trips, I was drawn back to the hustle and bustle of Mexico City – mainly to work a bit more on the writing work I had acquired, but also to finally get a change of clothes! I only spent a couple of days there, but got quite a few bits and pieces done.
First morning and went out to some forest area with Alex, Gabo and Lisa to grab a bit of food from the hollering old women out there. I wanted to go to a restaurant which ...
September 24th, 2013
The sunshine was a blessing for our last full day in San Miguel. I got some coffee and two par Le chocolates for an easy breakfast. I have working to complete the travelpod and hope that those who have received this are able to bare with the trivia and the mistakes and our wanderings over these 24 days. Thank you.
It is Friday. Greg and I have a double date with a couple from school, our Chicago friends. Julie has planned a kids' night and all three of my kids are looking forward to it. ("No parents are allowed at the house tonight.")
Julie and I stayed to watch the principal talk at morning drop off at school. It is such a positive experience when I linger at school in the mornings, like a snoop. I walk away refreshed from the energy of the children.
... today. We were also thrilled with her rate of 70 pesos per hour.
The energy of San Miguel at night is contagious. There are always people out at night, mariachis, food vendors, flower vendors and numerous artists ready to sketch a portrait. There are over 265 restaurants (for a town of 80,000 people) which is amazing. The variety is endless, and there are also fun bars and night clubs. This town is always ...