Castillo Santa Cecilia
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Great location, awesome building, alright cleanliness
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We exchange students are presented with several opportunities to travel. That is due to a few holidays that fall on a Tuesday for example. Together with the fact that many of us have managed to shift our schedules to a 3-day-week, we get to travel often.
There are different possibilities of how to travel. Firstly, there is an organization …
... was beautiful and so was the church.
The driver waited for me at the church and the next thing I knew he said something to me, then left. I was so confused but I just stayed in the cab. Turns out he needed to buy minutes for his cell phone and cigarettes! He then drove me a short little drive to the mine museum. The tour was HILARIOUS because I literally had no idea what they were saying. At one point the tour guide was talking to me and I didn't ...
... then headed to Maria Elena's house to catch up and relax. She's renting a house with a wonderful, furnished rooftop so we hung out up there, enjoying the perfect weather and beautiful view. However, the journey to that point was a little ridiculous. We had the wonderful idea to go buy some fruit to cut up and enjoy why we chatted so we went to a little produce stand and picked up some fruit. Then, just as we were about to go up to the rooftop, Maria ...
... statues I’d seen the previous week, which was quite luckily timed as they were just packing all of them away, then the next morning, I was off again.
First stop was San Miguel De Allende – another Colonial town (my favourite!) Again I kind of knew what to expect, but it was recommended as one of the better ones to go visit. It is a really popular town with American tourists – more specifically older American retirees who have set up holiday homes there, but ...
... pedestrian walkways all over made possible by an extensive (and fascinating) network of underground tunnels. You could spend hours just wandering, popping into cute little shops on the winding streets and at night hopping between the myriad of bars and clubs.
What a warm welcome to Hostel Guanajuato! By Georgina at reception, Tadeo, her son, and Pancho, their cute chihuahua. Their made me feel right at home right away. There was only one other person in the dorm when ...