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... mi pasaporte renovado y ni siquiera tenía boletos de avión!!!
A las 6:30 am hable con mi papá para pláticarme que me iba a Rumania y para confirmar que tenía seguro internacional.
Para las 9:00 am ya estaba pagando en el banco mi EP Form! Por que ni siquiera había pagado cuando ya tenía la práctica!! Además de que tenía que pagar la renovación de mi pasaporte porque se vencía el 27 de Junio!
Durante todo el día estuve juntando ...
We got up leisurely and investigated our town. The morning is bright and crisp. We are in the Centro (Historic) section of Aguascaliente and the Old Church bells ring every hour. There is a mystery we have to solve about the number of times it rings. Short ones, Long ones odd numbers. It was expecting it to be like a clock but around 6:30 it started ringing more like ...
... which lasts a max of 5 mins, though despite this, one of the five fights lasted only 6 seconds, another just 30 - the end of the fight is the death of one cock. Like the bullfight, it is not something I'd want to see again, but it was importat to have experienced it!
Afterwards went off to hear a classical guitar quartet, a much nicer exerience, before returning to the hotel to escape the rain - yes, a few sprinkles 2 days in a ...
... so heavily, I didnt want to take a chance of falling - i dont know how long it would take for the bike to stop falling nor how we would manage to get it up again if we did drop one of them. So we made a uturn and headed back through town. We got a little lost leaving town and at one point got separated for about ten minutes- the first time this has happened and for a few minutes I was worried about how ...
... up to this city?"
The short answer is surprisingly "no"!
All the other places we have visited and blogged about have had one characteristic in common and that has been an outstanding "centro historico" or historical center. It turns out that in the cities/towns of the central highlands, the key ingredient is indeed this beautiful centro historico. Without it, they are just another Mexican city.
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking