Hotel Torres Del Fuerte
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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I was awake at 5:30 a.m. and had my luggage outside at 6:00 a.m. I went to breakfast at 6:30 a.m. which was a buffet set up outside. Seating for breakfast was inside the restaurant.
We left the hotel at 7:30 a.m. for the train station. El Fuerte was founded in 1564 by the Spanish and was a key trading base for the abundant gold and silver …
... So effectively you could be taking a leak and ordering another beer at the same time… and it was done - but not by me!! After this pleasant smelling bar we kicked onto a rock bar complete with live band playing covers in English, Amanda was getting her wiggle on! After 3.5LT of beers, we made our way to a cute little wine bar called Golem and we collectively ordered and demolished a fish bowl something or other (can remember what it was called ...
Well, today's Sunday, my last day of freedom. Granted, I spent most of the day reading for class tomorrow, but whatever.
Sasha moved out of the house yesterday, and Monique, my new housemate moved in today. She seems nice and I think we'll get along. Oh, this is a different Monique from Monique O'Sullivan, by the way.
So, this morning, after three tries, Rebeca and I found a church ...
... we arrived at the house I'll be staying at. It's white with green--bright green--accents. Mario introduced me to Rebeca, the mom of the house. She's in her mid-60's. I also met some of her grandchildren that were there watching a movie--Manuel, Sol, and one more boy. Manuel and Sol are high school aged, and the other boy was younger. Her husband, Moises, was upstairs sleeping so I didn't meet him until the next ...
... Unesco cities, Guanajuato is jam-packed with multicoloured houses, fountained plazas, colonial mansions, cuppola-topped churches, cobbled callejones, narrow alleys and steep staircases that wind their way right up to the top of the steep slopes of the narrow gorge the city sits in.
Unlike other Unesco cities however, Guanajuato sets itself apart with its - literally - underground scene; The city has a unique human rabbit warren-like ...