TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Senorial Leon
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... had been shattered. Mexico is an amazing country, with a rich culture and history, but also a country in which it is important to have a healthy understanding of the realities and challenges that face many of its communities. Additionally, I naturally hold concern for the impact of these challenges on their youth. More on this later.
Back in my room, I ordered room service, made calls to friends and family, and settled in to watch the Warriors go ...
... student minstrel groups in traditional clothes which together with guitars and banjos captures the attention of every tourist. Upon arrival at the church steps we were all given a cute little frog to drink from so we had been advised to buy some wine for the journey. Ten minutes later and the man returns with the wine bottle finally open and with our wine in foam cups, lids and straws. Brilliant. Guanajuato means the land of frogs and so it is ...
... and ended at the towering pink Templo de San Franciso. Next to it is
Bagel Cafetin where I spent a good couple of hours or enjoying the great coffee, mouthwatering tuna bagel, free wi-fi and people watching.
I passed by Teatro Cervantes, checked Jardin la Union and Plaza Baratillo, before I proceeded to El Pipila. I took the funiculare which cost $15 one way. It was easy getting down ...
... enjoyed this. Bands were setting up
to play. We will hear them tonight as we nod off to sleep. Vendors
were out selling their goods, and families were out visiting, just
like us, except we are from a different country, but treated just
like we belong here.
Cathie is enjoying her book and a nice warm footbath. Kona is out flat on
our bed. It's still warm outside if you're in ...
... and it was really high. I had to stand on the bed below and swing my right leg up as high as I could so my leg was on the top bed. I then had to grab onto the bars of the end of the bed and pull myself up and accross on my stomach so that I was face down on the bed! I was thankful to yoga that I could get my leg up that high!
We went to a museum that day full of dead bodies that had ...