Hotel Casa del Agua
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... is all filled with the most beautiful hand made bread that is fresh from the clay oven in the back. We snacked on baguettes, scones, and muffins as we sipped coffee comfortably perched on wooden crates and antique pillows.
The rest of the afternoon and was pretty lowkey, including running into a Calavera costume contest, eating more tacos, and probably a few more cathedrals for good measure. By the end of the day Carlo and I were more than exhausted and ready for bed. ...
As I said many times, this is a special one. Yeah Yeah I know, many special ones in my trip hehe! I discovered this city during my travel, loved it and decided to make it my final stop where I would fly to San Francisco. Tickets were booked so I was sure not to skip this one ;)
I maybe also felt special in this one because it was for me ...
... the site.
We crossed the street and went into the Juarez Theatro, consider the second best concert hall in the city. We paid our entrance fee and went on a tour of the building that was inspired by French design.
... in the background. I joined them and it was such a great way to end the crazy 6 weeks!
As the girls in the group started heading home, Antonio pulled workers from the bar to walk them home. Chivalry is alive and well in Mexico! The best, though, was Amy. She kept refusing the offer and so about a minute after she started off, Antonio nodded to the guy who he'd asked to walk her home and he headed off behind Amy. It was the ...
... 8212;the same restaurant that had a line. But, here, there were tables open and we sat right down. That, my friends, is why it’s always good to hang with the locals!
I didn’t eat, but I got some juice and then we returned to the wine tasting for another hour. When we left we saw 6 soldiers standing in the main plaza with instruments in hand. We started talking with the soldier who seemed to be in charge, and he explained ...