Hotel Murillo Plaza
Travel Blogs from Guanajuato
... when I was packing. Being a tiny airport, I asked if I could go back and see if I could put it on my check-in. She said yes. Enter Arthuro. :) I made eye contact with him as I was approaching and said, I need your help. (That didn't take long!) I explained the situation and he rushed me to the front of the line to find both my and Kelsy's bags had been put on the plane already. Dang. So, there I was with two jars of delicious jams (one ...
... had to drive through deep dark tunnels that have been progressively blown open to relieve the traffic on the streets above. They told me that since the whole area is solid stone, the city won't cave in...still I can't help but feel suspicious.
Once inside, the downtown area is everything BUT flat, most buildings have several entrances and each of them in a different floor, there are huge and beautiful structures like the market place, which is inside ...
... detail! The curios were handcrafted coming from different parts of Mexico, the colorful wooden cupboard and headboard were skillfully carved. At first I thought their house was a compound of apartments, but is actually their whole place. It's big.
After showing me around and giving me the keys, I proceeded on my 'walkabout town' and checked the places along the main street of Avenue Juarez.
... no window to open or look out of. The windows behind my bed are covered with layers of drapes that look like they were put there professionally so I'm not touching those. The side windows are those ones with really thick, wavy glass that you tend to see in bathrooms. They do open, but there are some decorations stuck in knob to open the window. Those I could probably take out and put back in without much trouble, but maybe I'll wait until at least ...
... getting her passport stamped at the border!
My method has been more to plan a week in advance, depending on what I feel like doing next and But I have a rough plan now - Mexico City, then Taxco, Oaxaca, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua and then meet her in Costa Rica Sept. 12.
I've really gotten used to Guanajuato now, so it was a little sad to leave. It seems like a small town, but maybe that's because people are always out and I'm usually seeing someone on ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking