Travel Blogs from Celaya
... it lasts the entire weekend.. a mass is held and more than 50,000 will gather in the Jardin for the festivities.
I could not be happier to be leaving for Mexico City to escape the craziness! We will be united as a family. I look forward to exploring Mexico City with the kids. (Greg and I visited several years ago and it's an amazing city.. I know it gets a lot of negative press.)
... about cooking.. everything is from scratch here! The most time consuming part of our meal was taking the skin off the poblano pepper after cooking it. Bob, again, had this chore. Of note, I was so happy we made chocolate mousse because it is Greg's favorite.
After we consumed our creations, Chef Emanual Cervantes then gave Bob, Greg and I a private tour of the Ignacio Ramirez market... this is the permanent market in San ...
... caddy extordinare and for the opportunity to meet Gabbi his wife Luis, his daughter, grandson Javier and Mario his son. I apologized for my poor Spanish, but thanked him for being so gracious about that and more importantly for helping my golf game. I finished the second nine at bogey golf, but a 97 over all. I told him that Sheila and I definitely plan to return and I would keep his phone numbers with me for the return. And I ...
... We, however, do not stay long because we want to take Bob and B.J. to Tiangus, the Tuesday Market, before school get out. Braving the crowds at this open air flea market, we bought some bananas, strawberries, avocados, and other items. The sights are just incredible.. the pastor was out preaching into a microphone while everyone is out selling their wares. Bob and B.J. enjoyed seeing this wild market day!
The four of ...
... center of the city we caught one and we went back to our house. Linda is staying less than a block from our place. We took her on a tour of our house and sat up on the deck patio, over the garage, and had some wine and cerveceria. It was an enjoyable conversation and a great way to spend our third night in San Miquel. It is always a treat for me, that as we travel there are so many wonderful opportunities to meet such great people ...
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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