Travel Blogs from Celaya
... parade). It is a slow march as they dance and play drums in native attire. They head toward the Parroquia (the main cathedral). The dancers carry estrellas (stars). Then, castillo fireworks are set off at the Parroquia and they sing "Happy Birthday" to St. Michael. It will be a carnival atmosphere with dancing and it includes the mojigangos (10 foot tall papier mache personages). I also ...
... Mexican independence as the dish itself contains the colors of the Mexican flag: the parsley and poblano pepper represent the green, the nogada (walnut cream), the white, and pomegranate seeds are for the red. It truly is a beautiful creation!
What a great private cooking experience.. it was only the three of us! Greg learned to make corn tortillas with the princa press and poor Bob ground cinnamon forever for our dessert! Emanuel ...
... throughout the night so I was not sure I would be able to play golf. However, Javier showed up at 7:30 am and it was misty, but no rain. We we arrived at the golf course and the sky was still threatening. I used this as my excuse during the first nine holes. Then as we got to the second nine it cleared up and got sunny and warm, enough so that I went through two liters of water to keep hydrated. I thanked Javier for once again ...
... and the region. There are three bedrooms upstairs that all have king size beds and are beautiful. This house, however, lacks an upgraded kitchen, bathrooms and does not have a water filtration system. We will be brushing our teeth with filtered water from a pitcher next to the sink.
Francisca, the full time staff member, is endearing and an incredibly hardworking young woman. She starts helping us unpack and ...
... in the oven. Linda, Sheila and I had more of an opportunity to share our reasons for being in Mexico, and other trips that we have made. The food was excellent and I must say that the chile relleno was a very tasty treat. The brownies were a surprise, the cinnamon came through but the tabasco was very feint.
We purchased some cookbooks and items and the three of us set off to walk until we found a taxi. When we came nearer ...
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Other places to stay in Celaya
Ave. Juan Jose Torres Landa 202, Celaya | 3 star hotelfrom $87
Eje Norponiente Manuel J Clouthier 803, Celaya | 2 star hotelfrom $75
Carretera Panamericana Km 5, Celaya | 3 star hotelfrom $88
Carretera Celaya Villagran km 5.8, Celaya | 3 star hotelfrom $54
Boulevard Adolfo Lopez Mateos 1507, Celaya | Hotelfrom $48
1256 Blvd. Lopez Mateos Ote., Celaya | Hotelfrom $49