Travel Blogs from Celaya
... day" finding bracelets, earrings, and painted crafts for their friends. Thomas loved the artisan painted animals, especially his new bobble-head dragon. Julie was happy to supplement the kids' needs!
The craft market connects with the Mercado Ignacia Ramirez, where many locals shop daily for fresh produce, meat, and chicken and fresh flowers. Across the street from the food market is a line of butchers, most of them selling beef and ...
... is the parish church of San Miguel. La Parroquia is the iconic symbol of the town and one of the most photographed churches in all of Mexico. It is a multi-spired pale pink cathedral from the 17th century with an illuminated white cross on its highest tower. The neo-gothic facade, a later addition, was constructed in 1880 by Zeferino Gutierrez, a self-taught architect. He was inspired by postcards depicting Gothic cathedrals in Europe. La ...
... two classmates from school, who are sisters, over to the house. Adorable and such well mannered girls! They swam in the hot tub, played games, and made loom bracelets on the roof top deck.
We went to a kid-friendly party this afternoon. A school family from the International Academy invited us over to his parents' house for a luncheon ("La comida" is Mexican lunch which starts about 2:00 p.m.). There met two other families ...
We had a rough start this morning. Caroline's foot slipped on a sidewalk grate and she fell down. She was okay, but her hands and socks were muddied. She was visibly upset and teary. I felt terrible. We got her cleaned up and to school. It has been a tough time for her.. not a shock to me. It just hurts though to see your child in pain, and it seems unfair to me that her entire fourth grade class is completely fluent in Spanish.
... 8212;starting with telecoms, television, cement and food and drink. That means upsetting the tycoons who backed his campaign.This newspaper gave Mr Peņa a lukewarm endorsement before July’s election, praising his economic plans but warning that his Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), which ran Mexico in an authoritarian and sometimes corrupt manner for most of the ...
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Ave. Juan Jose Torres Landa 202, Celaya | 3 star hotelfrom $84
Eje Norponiente Manuel J Clouthier 803, Celaya | 2 star hotelfrom $75
Carretera Panamericana Km 5, Celaya | 3 star hotelfrom $86
Carretera Celaya Villagran km 5.8, Celaya | 3 star hotelfrom $47
Boulevard Adolfo Lopez Mateos 1507, Celaya | Hotelfrom $45
1256 Blvd. Lopez Mateos Ote., Celaya | Hotelfrom $49