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... anyway, we got ready and went out walking to the first place of the night. The walk there was great as we got to explore some more of the beautiful downtown. It was a complete contrast to Guanajuato: almost all the streets were laid out in a nice, flat grid and all the buildings were one of three colors: light tan, burnt orange, or burnt red. It seemed very tame in comparison to Guanajuato's windy, hilly alleyways and ...
... picture with us, then the guy made a joke about how much we were charging. I told him that we were charging a lot, but nothing came of it. Bummer. Anyway, so then that girl, satisfied with her picture with 2 complete strangers, walked away with the guy. Sasha and I made more comments about being super famous and then. . . just joking, that's it. The group, after at least 6 pictures (2 per instance), apparently had their fill of foreigners. How ...
... olives, but this would have been one of the best combinations i've ever eaten! Highly recommend this restaurant, I couldn't say a bad word about it.
After ONE TOO MANY bottles of wine & tequilla, we headed back home for bed. What was supposed to be an early night turned into one of the best. Off the Queretaro in the morning..I'll definitely be sad to leave here, but looking forward to seeing what comes next..
... of several smaller parks sourounded by large churches. This
is because the city is built on large hills. No small churches in
Mexico. Here the people are very friendly just as in other cities in
Mexico.....and on earth.
This morning we thought we would drive
downtown, park, grab a coffee and check out the city in daylight.
Now that I think about it, a city with narrow streets, many of ...
... think means minerīs enchiladas. I had them before I even knew they were a specialty because they cook them everywhere. My first night I was hungry and tired, so I just ate at the first street food vendor I found. Basically they are corn tortillas, dipped in some red sauce and then fried, filled with cheese and finished with the Mexican equivalent of homefries and some salsa. Cheap, filling, and delicious.
So, my plan is a shock and awe attack ...
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