Hotel Torres Del Fuerte
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... was delicious - a molcajete to share, Two kinds of crepes, stuffed poblano chiles, spaghetti and arrachera steak. The restaurant was built to look like a church, even though it never was one. We took our time to eat our wonderful meals and then proceeded on to the Museum of Mummies.
Only read the following, if you are not faint of heart...
The Mummy Museum contains 119 'accidental' or naturally-made mummies on display - 79 women, 21 men and 19 children, one being ...
... with Rebeca after church, and then I spent the day doing homework. Sunday night around 7:00 PM Rebeca came into my room and asked me if I wanted to go to Silao's fair with them. I had finished my homework and had just started writing this blog so I decided to go (hence this post being a day late). We jumped into the Exterra (I think) that they have and on the way I was treated to a flashback to my off-roading days on Fraser Island in Australia. ...
... meal--spaghetti, ham with pineapple (like a Hawaiian pizza, so I'm calling it American), a salad and bread. Well, the orchata and agua de jamaica that I've mentioned before (the drink that's like cranberry juice) kinda threw off the American-ness, as did the dessert, flan. Anyway, I only stayed down there for a little over an hour to eat and chat a bit. It was pretty cool because they hired two guys to come play for about a ½ hour. If ...
... San Miguel de Allende named Juan José de los Reyes Martínez, nicknamed El Pípila.
He was a famous figure in the Mexican War of Independence because during the fighting he tied a big flat stone to his back for protection like a shield. Crawling on his hands and knees he then carried a torch and flask of tar to the doors of the Alhondigas de Granaditas, a thick-walled granary which the insurgents decided to attack when Royalist troops made a ...
... jacket in the morning and at night. It's high up here, I think over a mile up.
Besides taking advantage of the breezes, the open setup also made for my first encounter with a scorpion. I saw something on the wall while I was in the hallway. I looked a little closer, thinking that it would be a large beetle or cockroach or something, and realized that it was a scorpion. They are much smaller than I imagined--only about an inch and a half or ...