Howard Johnson Parador San Javier

Plaza Aldama 92 , Guanajuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36020, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plaza Aldama 92 , Guanajuato, is near Galería Atenea, Galería San Miguel, Academia Hispano Americana, and Instituto Habla Hispana.
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Travel Blogs from Guanajuato

A Whole New Side of the City

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 04, 2014

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... were having a ball coming up with descriptions of the "massacre" (one of the comments they made) that was taking place. We jotted some down because they were hilarious and they show how seriously these countries take their soccer. Here are two examples:

They're looking up at Heaven and asking the Supreme One, "Why is this happening to us? "mira al cielo y le pregunta al supremo, '¿por qué nos pasa esto?"

A maravelous play that ...

My Second Graduation

A travel blog entry by doove on Nov 30, 2013

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... can be fries, but then also chips, and chips are crisps?! You English people are weird…’

But anyway, I walked up the big hill in the morning to get some good views and be roped into a conversation with a bible basher before spending the morning in a Coffee Shop for about 3 hours – so long that I actually forgot to pay and still feel proper bad about that. Then went to get some pretty good food, as similarly to San Miguel, everyone seems to know everyone ...

Unbelievable Week--I relaxed!

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 26, 2013

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... ran into Aly, a friend of Zoe's from when she studied here in her undergrad. He was heading out at midnight like a good Mexican, and we were heading home, like good Americans. :) Though, he was heading out to meet up with mutual, American friends so that breaks that stereotype.

Saturday was the craziest day ever--I spent a lot of time not doing homework! First, during breakfast the Mexican Revolution came up ...

"Hilly Place of Frogs" - Guanajuato

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 17, 2013

3 comments, 53 photos

... doors can be seen around every corner. Houses are painted in greens, reds, yellows and pinks.

Most of the narrow streets and passageways are only for pedestrians, as roads for cars and buses are underground, in 25 huge tunnels. The tunnels were originally built in the 19th century to control heavy flooding from the river that ran through the centre of the city. Later a dam was built and the tunnels were made into underground roads. A great way to take traffic away from ...

One Down, One to Go

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 15, 2012

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I did go to the opening of the dam--it wasn't exactly what I imagined. First off, Neal (the guy from class that went me) and I couldn't get a bus because they were all jammed packed (Do you remember the super-full bus explanation I gave early? Every bus was like that.) Plan B was to take a taxi, but that didn't work either, so we ended up walking. That being said, we arrived after the opened the dam. I was a ...

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