Travel Blogs from Guanajuato
... to watch as they both wandered down the street--Amy thinking she had successfully refused the offer and the guy following her at a distance. (I have a feeling it's a "you had to be there" moment, though.) Though I was ready to stay out all night, Maria Elena was exhausted and seeing as we always go home together, I took pity on her a little after 2:00 so that I was home at 2:30.
Saturday morning I started packing, and then I met ...
... He even took off his shoes, waving one and then the other in the air before throwing them to the ground, in the course of the song! It was hilarious to watch, but what made it even better was seeing the musicians laughing at him and trying to keep it together so that they could play! Oh, goodness!
I spent the rest of the day resting and unpacking, nothing too exciting.
The next day I got up and headed to the ...
... thing ever. It's called a simulation call. Basically, you insert a caller into the program and set it to ring a certain number of seconds after you active the program. When you want to use it, you choose activate, and in the set number of seconds, the phone rings, as if someone was calling you. It looks just like a call too, with a running clock once you've picked up, etc. What's the purpose of this you ask? Well, according the the manuel (and ...
... We also head up on a funicular to the top of a hill overlooking the city and get some amazing pictures.
Everynight Callejonadores in cloaks gathered in the square and wandered the backstreets singing with a crowd following. The streets were rammed with people at all hours and street performers drew huge crowds. Everyday at anytime of night or in the early morning the church lets off fireworks that explode in the sky waking everyone up!
... Must be a guy, I thought, judging from the messy state of his bed. LOL! Turns out he was the Swedish cyclist, Andreas, whom we'd met before in Zacatecas. Small world! A few days later again I happened to be at reception at check-out when I crossed paths with a Mexican guy I'd met in Zacatecas two weeks before. Yes, I do talk to many randoms!
I hesitated to walk to the Panoramica road alone after reading online reports of joggers being robbed at dawn and dusk, but ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking