Hotel Murillo Plaza
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... and his family for this week and then I'd move my stuff to Rebeca's house once Melodie left. However, I was just sleeping in Armando's house, I'd still be eating with Ricardo and Melodie, the other two students, in Rebeca's house. (As a reminder, Ricardo was here with me last year.)
So, I ate lunch with Rebeca and caught up with her. Not to put a damper on my blog, but the main topic was Sol. As soon as I entered the house I noticed the ...
... etc. her responses like "yes," "no," "what?" were a strong slap in my face and she wasn't even talking to me!
Kelsy and I stayed together through most of the time in the Houston airport, until we split to go in different directions to catch our connecting flights. My flight ended up getting delayed about a 1/2 hour, but I'm not complaining, it could have been worse. Actually, Kelsy and I had a back-up plan. If either of us ...
... and goofing around), serenading ladies with flowers and drinking wine carried on top of a burro. Unfortunately there was no burro, or wine, but we did get orange juice served inside frogs made of clay. It amazed me to see how many songs I already knew, including a wonderful drinking song that I hope to use again soon, not while drinking juice hahaha! Of course there is no real entertainment until the audience has a chance to make fools of themselves, ...
... walking nice and calmly and had just walked outside when the little sucker decided to come out of the box. I gave a little screach and dropped the box, the cockroach flew off a little ways, I picked up the box, and Eugenia stepped on the coackroach. There's some teamwork for you!
Well, after that excitement we headed home, I ate a quick dinner, and I went to bed because it was past my bedtime. I didn't want to start off my last week here on a bad foot!
Guanajuato is a university town nestled in valley in the state of Guanajuato, México. We stayed with a concert pianist named Ana, her two dogs and one cat. Her home is located up on the side of one of the hills and is very nice. We thoroughly enjoyed our time in this city.
We visited the Callejón de Besos, the Pipila, the Don Quixote Museum, the Cristo Rey monument and of course the requisite ...