La Abadia Tradicional
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the hill to the ruins of the buildings that once housed the old mining operations. Although the mines are still in operation, the old buildings have been abandoned and stand beyond the current structures.
Climbing around the ruins worked up quite an appetite and David had every intention of satisfying all of our hunger. He took us to a little, rustic, open air restaurant called Patio de Piedra, where we would be able to find some tasty food to dig into. David wanted to ...
... is not always possible in the mountain passes. He pointed out pond reserves of water that very seldom exist in this area along with deep streams that have emptied into water shed areas that are almost dry this time of the year.
The drive is primarily just two lanes but the road surface was much smoother than the cobble stone roads through San Miguel.
Outside of Guanajuato, Dahli, pointed out that the ...
... after lunch and spend some time with Rebeca and two of her grandsons Armando y Alejandro. They had ordered pizza and we were having a great time laughing at the expensive of the grandsons' dad, also called Armando. That morning, while eating his breakfast, his two, fake front teeth fell out! I was told the whole story--I'll give you the Reader's Digest version. Back about 20 years ago, he was in a car accident and lost those two teeth ...
Well, week 2 wasn't nearly as exhausting as week 1. I think I got at least 6 hours of sleep a night so that was a success! After two weeks of reading Carlos Fuentes’s stories, we relate everything to him. He wrote lots of different kinds of works, but we read mostly ghost-type stories. However, one thing I’ve learned is that our American idea of a ghost story is different than the Latin American idea of a ghost story. They aren’t ...
... of mummies on display including the first mummy to be discovered and the smallest mummy in the world.
Mina el Nopal, not the most interesting mine tour, highlighted when he asked if any of us spoke Spanish or were we that bored...
Finally, the Monumento al Pipila, which is a mirador of the entire city and it is such an incredible view. So beautiful to see all of the colourful houses, streets, museums and churches from above.