Castillo Santa Cecilia
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- 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 …
... and friendly and we ate very well. Ben ordered a tomato juice but is sure that it arrived mixed with beer! In the Basilica Colegiata, we gazed up at the city's 1300 year old statue of Nuestra Señora de Guanajuato. This image was hidden away in a Spanish cave for something like 800 years, long before it ever came to Mexico. Unfortunately, the statue was so far away and so dressed up that we couldn't get much of a sense of it. Via the passage of the ...
Carlo and I woke up bright and early and after getting ready we left our room to find that Sandra had made a lovely breakfast for us. We ate our omelettes, beans, toast and jam, to give us the fuel that we would need for our busy day while chatting with Alicia and Sandra.
After breakfast we walked out into the streets to see more of the sights that are notable in Guanajuato. Our first few stops included El Teatro Juarez, the Basilica Colegiata de Nuestra Senora ...
... and put them in a fortress and while outnumbered by the Insurgentes their location in the fortress gave them excellent. One of the miners, went back to the mine and took a huge slab of stone and put it on his back so he could access to the front door of the fortress and he was able to burst through the door and the Insurgentes gained access to take over the power structure of Guanajuato. The memorial ...
... songs from different operas.We got there pretty early, which gave Sasha and I some time to talk. It was well done, but I was exhausted from the dancing and kinda just wanted to go to bed. It was a little funny, though, because something was going on outside and you could hear it in the theater. So the composed, dramatic singing was occasionally interspersed with shouting and chanting.
Back home, we ate a quick dinner of beef ...