La Abadia Tradicional
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... lay over so I took a little nap and roamed around the airport. I then took a red eye from LAX-BJX on United Airlines. The flight was fine, uneventful. I do remember being a little nervous that I no longer had internet on my phone but I knew that Aunt Lucy was meeting me at the airport so that was a relief.
When I landed at BJX I came through the arrivals and started to look for Aunt Lucy, I had seen a picture of her. I spotted her right away ...
... my action research project the first week of classes and I wanted to get the Powerpoint presentation completed before classes started. So, I joined Melodie and Ricardo at the kitchen table and got started! It was Moises's birthday so the three of us took a little study break and joined in the birthday celebration for a bit, singing Las Maņanitas with everyone else (well, I listened because I don't know the lyrics) and then they we sang Happy ...
... more of my time, so onwards – I left the fairly lame botanical garden, then walked back to the centre seeing a few more colonial things, then got up to the other side of the big hill (exchanging some hill hello’s) for a pretty awesome sunset, before meeting back up with Juan to visit a few more of San Miguel’s bars, and see some of the same faces I’d seen from the previous day, or in the centre, or in the thermal pools. It must be quite strange living in a ...
... 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 ...
... former mining tunnels to get to where you need to in the city. As I need the more global perspective to orient myself, driving in a labyrinth of underground tunnels isn't helping my sense of direction. Good thing we have signs that somewhat help you to get some kind of direction. To be on the completely safe side, we choose to take an above-ground parking instead of getting entirely lost in this unique world. From an architectural POV Guanajato presents ...