Meson Del Rosario
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... Teatro Juarez, a fabulous opera house claimed to be superior to the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City. That claim was not hard to believe. It truly was amazing.
As part of the tour organized by our Caravan, we had a wonderful lunch in a posh restaurant in the city center. After lunch we wandered through the narrow streets where there were shops of good quality ceramics and other Mexican crafts. We ended ...
... dinner. We were a tad skeptical about the place but decided to embrace the true Mexican feel of it. The food was delicious and cost about $6 each including a beer. Guanajuato was an incredible little town and being there for less than 24hrs probably wasn't enough but as I've said, we were dying for the beach! After a quick morning run and breakfast we headed back to the bus station (using our Spanish), to get a bus to Puebla, as a pitstop on our way to Puerto ...
... flights, we were to contact Donna, back in Guanajuato, and she was going to get her mom to come pick us up so we'd have a place to spend the night. It's good to have friends all over the country!
Well, so ends my second, and last, full summer in Guanajuato. Next summer will just be three weeks of classes, and though it's an insanely intense program, we do somehow find time to enjoy our time there at least a little, and I'm kinda sad that I only have three weeks left.
... acquaintance's lives turned out after all this time. All of them settled, married and with children. Yikes!
The next day we drove to Guanajuato. I had heard that it was a beautiful city with many alleys, but I envisioned something very similar to all the other towns I had visited in Mexico. I think I had even heard something about their tunnels, but I was not prepared for this gorgeous, romantic, interesting city! In order to enter the downtown ...
... ka-ka-wa-te) what a mouthful!
- "esť" - homeboy (only ok if you're Mexican, like calling someone ***** when you're not black)
- "cabron" - ******* (an insult to strangers but a term of endearment between ...