Meson de la Fragua
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... are breath taking over and over again and it never gets old. Thankfully, this time with the sunlight, it was a little bit more seasonable and we could enjoy it a little more without shivering in the night wind.
All of the running around had left us ready for a break, so we decided to go down to Clara's restaurant: La Sanguria. Clara's little shop is beautifully rustic and would fit in perfectly in Madison. Everything is either barn wood, chalk paint, or both, ...
Sheila took a picture of one of the cities underground tunnels. As we walked back to the center park of the city Dahli pointed out the staircase that served in place of a street and then on to one of the narrow streets of the city central.
We arrived at the Central Park and found some statuary ...
... lead here in Guanajuato! I feel like the test in my Mexican Revolution class went really well so we'll see when I get my grade.
When I got home, I went straight to work and finished my last assignment. I got it finished before lunch, so I visited with Rebeca again as she finished up lunch. After lunch, she asked me something and my weak answer of "sí" made her look at me and laugh. She told me I needed to got take another nap until ...
... Maria Elena, Erika, David and Angel, a guy from here that I hadn’t met before. We met, in good Guanajuatan style, at the steps of the Juarez Theater. It’s a good place to wait for someone because there’s such good people-watching. We walked to a wine tasting, and the first thing I was offered was some delicious cheese. Um. . . and then I saw the stand of Spanish wine. And as if that wasn’t already good enough, they also had ...
... the Conde de Rul, who was the richest man in Mexico for hundreds of years. We walked around the hacienda at the start of the mines which was an insight into his lavish lifestyle.
We then made a steep climb to the Monumento al Pipila, which sits on top of the hillside overlooking the city. This is my favourite part of the day, with amazing views across the entire city. I could easily spend a whole afternoon just looking at this view!
Love Guanajuarto :)