La Abadia Tradicional
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... hill once again. From above, we could see the domes of seven churches. As we watched, the lights were turned on in the city and Guanajuato's postcard image was realised. The illumination happened in a particular order, as if carefully choreographed. The wind was chilly but it was worth the effort. The atmosphere in town was very merry and there were lots of people out and about. Near the Juarez Theatre, was a troupe of performers atired in old Spanish dress ...
... tax from the families of the people buried there, and if the families couldn't pay, the government exhumed the bodies. Due to the arid conditions of Guanajuato, many of the bodies that were removed from the cemetery were mummified, so they were put in a museum so visitors could pay to see them. The museum has been updated greatly since the mummies were originally displayed because previously there was no glass between the mummies and the visitors.
... alive. It has always been my worst nightmare and it made me want to exit as soon as possible.
In addition to the woman buried alive there was one who was obvious strangled while another was shot in the stomach. Dahli ...
... had to go to the ATM so while they did that, I stayed at the steps and enjoyed the beginning of a callejoneada and hoped that we'd go tomorrow. When the girls got back we met up with Angel and walked to a karaoke bar . . . except it was closed. So, plan B, we waited for a couple other people to meet up with us in the Plaza de la Paz, and then we headed to Barizzeto. It was the first time I'd been there and it was a pretty cool place. There was ...
... for an hour in the morning and then I got to work once they left. It was a very entertaining conversation for that hour, as most have been this summer. The topic? Mostly Ricardo, who was sleeping in his room. Like I mentioned, we get along like brother and sister, aka, we “fight” and make fun of each other all the time. This time I had the family joining in with me.
At 4:00 Ricardo and I took a break from our homework and met ...