Hotel Insurgente Allende
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... 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 ...
... waiter, who was pretty darn funny. We found out it had just opened 3 days ago. Amy and I noticed the Spanish influence in the menu immediately. Turns out, the chef is from Barcelona so we asked to talk with him and he came out for a bit. We were just getting to know everyone! Then, we were sitting by the window and different callejonadas kept coming by. About 5 of them passed by while we were eating. We starting waving to them ...
... our hostel, and then Julie's friend, CÚsar, picked us up, and we headed to a soccer game. Now, coincidentally enough, and I might have already mentioned this, but Julie went to SEMO and CÚsar had studied abroad there so it was kind of a weird/good feeling to get into a car in Mexico and see SEMO stickers in the windows. Another of Julie's friends from SEMO also came in for the weekend and turned out I know his brother. It was a little ...
... strawberry milk. Now, I'm not talking Nesquik strawberry milk, but liquified strawberries thinned out with milk. Delicious! After dinner, I went straight to my bedroom to do a little typing and email answering before going to bed at 11.
After one day here, I can confidently say I can make my way to school and back. It only involves 2 or 3 streets, depending on how I go. Now that I have the important place down, I've got to work on the rest of the city!
... on them
5) It said Guanajuato on it.
Best purchase, ever, I think you'll agree.
Went back to hotel. Camera worked (thank goodness). Went for very amazing and ridiculously cheap meal (best steak I've had since Argentina!). Camera stopped working. Went to bed, with dreams of not being able to take pictures of things in my head (this had been a recurring dream for about 2 years, mind. I never thought it would actually come to fruition).