Mexico Plaza Hotel Suites

Av. Faja de Oro No. 1502, Salamanca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36740, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Av. Faja de Oro No. 1502, Salamanca.
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    View from the Top

    A travel blog entry by nmblohm on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... don't really eat much around here) we could have stayed up there forever admiring the view. The city is so colorful and intricate, but has a really comfortable feel. I could actually read the map to figure out where we were going! We will miss the friendly people of Guanajuato as we make our way to Guadalajara tomorrow. Fingers crossed for a shorter bus ride! ¡Hasta ...

    The People We Meet

    A travel blog entry by nmblohm on Jul 25, 2014

    9 photos

    ... on, we spent the rest of the day with her and her three sons. They were on vacation together, visiting from Mexico City for a few days. We went to the silver mines and learned about the different tools they used and how they collected the metal. The family we met then invited us to go with them to a museum of inquisition, where we saw the different devices that were used to torture people during the Inquisition. We also saw the square where people came to watch. Alissa and I ...

    Don't burn my meatball

    A travel blog entry by panzaverde on Jun 04, 2012

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    ... down the door of the Alhondiga which Spanish troops were using as a fort. Alhondiga means storehouse (it was built to store grain) but we were a bit confused at
    first with albondiga, which means meatball!

    Guanajuato is also the birth place of Diego Rivera, so we visited the museum dedicated to him (in what was his childhood home).

    Day 2 in Guanajuato was unfortunately One Of Those Days. We ...

    Pretty Little Town

    A travel blog entry by thelees on Jan 05, 2012

    14 photos

    ... pedestrian paths. The pretty city views were so worth it! As worth it was the sight of a military police vehicle stuck in those very same paths... er, which part of pedestrian was unclear? Tell-tale scrape marks on the walls said this wasn't the first time! It was both funny and cringy to stand alongside a growing crowd of locals and watch 5 uniformed cops try to wiggle and bounce the 4x4 until it eventually dislodged (see pic).

    We popped our heads into a few of the ...

    Kisses and corpses in Guanajuato

    A travel blog entry by ristohannah on May 17, 2011

    94 photos

    ... San Miguel de Allende named Juan José de los Reyes Martínez, nicknamed El Pípila.

    He was a famous figure in the Mexican War of Independence because during the fighting he tied a big flat stone to his back for protection like a shield. Crawling on his hands and knees he then carried a torch and flask of tar to the doors of the Alhondigas de Granaditas, a thick-walled granary which the insurgents decided to attack when Royalist troops made a ...