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... br> We decided to get some orientation of the city so we made our way to the funicular. This is only about 104 metres long but rises quickly out of the street. The view from al Pipila is stunning, especially in the afternoon. The colours of the buildings is unforgetful. After some photos we make our way down to the city and warm the legs.
After a quick wander around a few blocks we settled into a restaurant close to the hotel. Reasonable Mexican food and ...
... a couple intersections, I took off my flip flops to cross the rushing water so as to not loose them. A block from home I turned a corner that, water wise, was relatively calm . . . . and lost my flip flop! After a split second of unbelief I went chasing after it, thankful every time it got caught up in something that slowed it down. As I was running, I was also thinking about the fact that it could continue down stream for a very long time and I ...
... and connect from there.
I kinda feel a bit sorry for Queretaro… Its definitely not a bad place, but got the brunt of my boredom with Colonial Towns combined with a brutal hangover. The town was really pretty (despite the main fountain blasting out Celine Dion as its accompanying music) but I didn’t particularly want to stay there – was rather forced into doing it due to setting off late. As a result I couldn’t even really be ***** taking ...
... of the students are renting. It was a beautiful house, and the view from the rooftop, as frequently happens in Guanajuato, was absolutely gorgeous. Pretty much everyone was there, including those who had just arrived for the second session. We stayed there until about 11 and then went out for just a little bit more. I called it an early night because I had plans the next day.
Saturday I took a day trip with ...
... Several of the instruments were found and reconstructed. It was a pretty gruesome display of people/skeletons on the rack, on old water boarding implements and buried alive between the walls, and, I must admit, kind of entertaining at the same time.
By this time, contrary to losing our appetites after that exhibit, we were really hungry. The guide took us up to a restaurant, Real de Esperanza, on a hilltop with great views of the city. The service was excellent and the food that ...