Hotel Murillo Plaza
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... over the phone, and then picked me up from where the cabbie dropped me off.
Colonial house with Hosts. I feel like I hit a jackpot and found the best-kept secret in couchsurfing! First of all, my hosts were very hospitable. Second, the room is the prettiest I've ever seen! It's even more beautiful than the colonial B&B that I stayed in San Miguel Allende. It's just beautiful down to ...
... out of this house on Friday, and my roommate from my program will move in on Saturday. We didn't talk much at breakfast, but I'm sure we will over the next week.
It was pretty noisy around here this morning. Outside I could hear dogs barking and a car go by blaring some kind of advertisement. I could also here music coming from another of the houses. At one point I heard La bamba. . . something I recognized! I found a downfall to my ...
... become one of my favorites for its mango margaritas and very friendly wait staff. I met Tatyana through Kathleen, and they met through Spanish classes a few months before. Tatyana and her husband Pavel are from Czech Republic and will be living in Guanajuato for three years for Pavel's job. They lived in Michigan for a year before that, so when I met them at Kathleen's house (up many, many steps to her apartment) we had a lot to talk about. Pavel even proposed at Sleeping Bear Dunes, ...