Hotel Plaza Poblana
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... nap. Then we all met up in the lobby, including our final arrival (and my new roommate) Vanessa, who made it a couple of days late though her luggage still hasn't arrived.
We went to a traditional Mexican restaurant for dinner, and I got to have some authentic mole poblano: chicken covered in a delicious chocolate-based sauce with chili and spices. So rich. So delicious. So worth every bite.
The restaurant's menu also had ...
... dirt track to scrambling almost vertically over the rocks. More than a little out of breath we made it to the top and looked out over the plains below, well worth the climb.
After a quick stop for lunch we came home so Jaime could get some work done and I went into town with his mum to visit the museo de la muerte (Museum of death) filled with representations of death in art through history. I've always been fascinated by the ...
... we met 3 local girls who were producers, directors, writers, actors, and cinematographers...and anything else that had to do with film making. While talking with them, Tek was making an insect out of a wad of gum and toothpicks, to accompany our chapolines. Chapolines are fried and salted crickets...beer snacks. They definitely have the Ew factor because...well...they're crickets. Ew! But once you try them ...
... more. Then just one more... Vegetarianism obviously isn't taking off in this country, but I ask in Spanish for just a taco with cheese, guacamole, onions and tomato. Then I hit it with salsa picante. It disappears from my plate in about three bites. I pretty much lick the plate clean. And then I watch Mario eat his next two tacos in total silence with his eyes shut. Should've gotten another one. Oh the regret... We do some more walking in the afternoon (more churches) ...
Born in the heart of Mexico, Aguascalientes prepares, year after year, to celebrate its San Marcos' National Fair. Its happiness, colors, food, fighting cocks, bullfights, traditional suits, but overcoat its people's hospitality made this fair, the "fair of Mexico". Its origin dates back to the year 1604 and had for purpose to ...