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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... bike race in town our first day.
"Pista! Pista!" everyone shouts from doorways and corners in the callejones as racers on fat tires follow a white chalk line around sharp curves, up and down steep hills, up and down stairs, and then around the cobblestone ring-road as its called around the top of the town.
We think "Pista! Pista!" means "get the **** out of the way," but we're not sure.
... of me, suddenly she was calling,"Mark, come quick, you have to see this!"
Thre was a small porch filled with the most beautiful Mexican pottery we had ever seen. Not the Talavera pottery we had seen earlier, with very bright colors, and full of whimsy. This was extremely ornate, with complicated patterns, mixing bright colors with subtle ones, finely decorated with a lot of attention to ...
... of time and had come running as soon as they saw the time--at which point it was already 6! We headed to the university to find that Amy had headed to the plaza, thinking that something had gone wrong. SO, we headed back to the plaza and luckily ran into Amy on the way.
We headed over to Maria Elena's to hang out on her rooftop. After awhile I headed home to eat, with the plan to meet up with everyone later. So, after spending a little ...
For dinner we had enmoladas which were basically taquitos with mole sause poured over them. Sasha and I ate an early dinner because we had plans to go to the see the university's harmonic symphony. When we went to see the opera-themed performance, the theater was pretty empty so I expected the same for this. Boy was I wrong, the place sold out and they were turning people away. I was I glad we'd gotten there early. Speaking of ...
... get somewhere.) “What? Silao? That’s a left turn…I saw one to Silao back there.” Yannick is now upset. Why didn’t Shirley say anything? He asks her how far back, but she isn’t sure…she’s flustered with the fact that she was looking to the right for a sign to Guanajuato…there had been signs for Guanajuato in the morning and yesterday, why would she now look for Silao? Maybe she missed that part when he said it ...