- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... buildings were identied. The tour guide knew his town history (or a quick plausible story) an westrted to really understand the town of close to 200000 people. We did the obligatory stop at the best silver jewellery shop in the state, but failed to find just the right piece.
The town is riddled underneath with gold and silver mines that go back to the 1500s. Only a dozen still operate, and are quite deep. One of our tour stops was to an old private mine that was now a museum ...
... the US it would have cost more, but still, I'd rather pay $5 to fix something I have than spend time looking for and spend $30 buying new ones. Just saying.
Also that afternoon, I visited the university's museum. It's just a little natural history museum that focuses on animals, but it was interesting. There were a handful of animals with strange mutations, like a two-headed cow.
At 6:15, once everyone got out of class, I met up ...
... numerous obstacles such as no language, and her brother being brought out with her to keep an eye on her. After the look that owl gave me, nothing could scare me though!
Went to a bar afterwards, as we all jumped in the back of a truck which took us back into the centre. Was a really fun ride, as someone jumped into the giant water barrel and yeh seemed everyone was having a good time! Reached the bar in the centre, where more alcohol, including some of the worlds ...
... next day and Tuesday and Wednesday the following week I went down to dance after my afternoon class. :)
In case anyone's wondering what the weather's like, it was a cold, wet week. Luckily I only had to be out in a torrential downpour once. We continued to have some big storms, too. Since last year was so dry--there was a pretty major drought--I'm starting to think this is more normal. Pretty much every day ...
... to the statue for the great view over the city. We took the funicular (cable car) up to the statue and walked down through the alleyways.
Thirteen years ago when we visited Pipila, we were able to climb up some narrow stairs inside the statue to an extremely small platform on Pipila's shoulder, for a better view. On the way down the stairs, I got stuck between a tall, fat, Mexican man and the balustrade of the narrow stairs, inside the statue of El Pipila. Neither one of ...