Ibis Aguascalientes Norte
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... about 900 A.D.
In 1529 a Spanish lawyer named Nuño Beltrán de Guzmán led an army of 300 Spaniards and 6,000 indigenous people into Aguascalientes. Over the next decade, hundreds of additional Spanish forces moved into the area, which they called Nueva Galicia. When Spaniards were given grants to begin cattle ranching in the Guachechiles territory, military outposts were established to protect the merchant routes into Mexico City. One ...
... apartment and share pictures of the beautiful neighborhood that will be home for the next 2 years.
Although we aren't in the "Beverly Hills" of Mexico City where our apartment is located, we are in a great downtown area. We have blocks and blocks of restaurants and shopping areas in ...
... getting on. It looked to me like the coaster was more of a ghost ride than fast roller coaster due to the darkness that you go into to start and being in a shed, so when I got into the cart I sat in the front and didn't push the thing that holds you in down too tight. We entered the dark and started quickly up to the roof of the shed, it was noisy and sirens were going off with joker laughter. Once at the top we turned and then **** got real! We flew around ...
... creamy sauce and pomegranate seeds. It was very rich and equally filling, all the more so washed down by two Negra Modelo beers. Some decent banter around the table. More guys than gals on this trip which is a bit unusual. So far six guys solo, one couple and two smoking Aussies gals. Usual basic discussions about where people are from, options for tomorrow, etc.
There's a Yank from Seattle who raised the Super Bowl. One of the Aussie gals asked ...
... sometimes I'd be pulled off the bus because I'm obviously from the US. Sometimes I'd fight back successfully, other times I'd be raped and/or killed.
It was like starring in a horror movie ten times a day. Finally, I knew I had to stop torturing myself. I recognized that thousands of people ride busses in Mexico every day without being robbed. The odds my bus would be targeted were vanishingly small. By the time I left for Mexico, my fear of that particular danger ...