Mexico Plaza Hotel Suites
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It took us 3 buses and approximately 26 or so hours to get to Puerto Escondido from Guanajuato. We took first class buses from Guanajuato to Puebla and from Puebla to Oaxca which were very luxurious. When we arrived in Puebla, it was around 630pm and we were so disappointed to find out the next bus we could take was either 1150pm that night or 830am the next morning. Both of these buses went to Oaxca and we would need another bus that ...
... 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 ...
... that we would not have made it during that time period! After the torture museum, we went to the Temple of Valenciana, which was a small church filled with history and ornate decor. We finished our afternoon by joining the family we met for dinner, family style. It was a wonderful day! The people we have met throughout our trip so far have really added to our experiences here in Mexico. Everyone has been so kind and helpful, some even trying to take care of us. We have been very ...
... were the actual bodies, in full display. I think I'll leave it at that and if people want to know more details, they can ask.
After the museum, we took a short trip to the most famous alley in Guanajuato, El Callejón del Beso (Kiss Alley). It's an extremely narrow alley, and the balconies above practically touch. The legend goes there was a rich girl in one house and a poor boy in the other. The girl didn't heed her father's warning to ...
... over to our now favourite restaurant for lunch, Casa Valadez. We enjoyed a nice bottle of white wine (which has been hard to find so far), bruschetta with a variety of breads, Aracherra & a hamburger (of all things). All meals were absolutely delicious! After one too many vinos, we headed back to B&B for a power nap.
Feeling refreshed after our kip, off and away we were again for dinner at a little Tapas Restaurant down the road, located in the San ...