Hotel Murillo Plaza
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... We were greeted by an incredibly impressive display of temporary artwork that was laid out on the street. Different groups of artists sketched out designs on the cobble stone streets, and then filled in their designs using various mediums including colored sand and wood chips, flower petals, seeds, and corn, among other things. We strolled up and down the streets, pointing out our favorite designs and watching the busy artists slowly construct their intricate designs. ...
... International de Cervantes, which has grown to be one of the biggest international culture festivals in the world. We grabbed some pictures with the steed and Panza's burro, then headed to our own burro...El Burro. But first...lunch. We were both pretty hungry...enough to eat at a basic chain restaurant (the nearest thing we could find...within our budget). But hunger is the best sauce in the world, so the food was great.
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... after lunch and spend some time with Rebeca and two of her grandsons Armando y Alejandro. They had ordered pizza and we were having a great time laughing at the expensive of the grandsons' dad, also called Armando. That morning, while eating his breakfast, his two, fake front teeth fell out! I was told the whole story--I'll give you the Reader's Digest version. Back about 20 years ago, he was in a car accident and lost those two teeth ...
... s making us food. She doesn't care what Marta, the lady at the university, told her. :)
I don't think I mentioned this to you, but all the families that have students in this program gifted us a little box of chocolates that we received at our welcome dinner. Well, I've been slowly working my way through them, and this week I ate one that had pop rocks in it! It was quite unexpected, I haven't eaten pop rocks in years!
... such a good night, we then continued the night at El Capitolio one of the two big antros (clubs) in Guanajuato, buying an unnecessary bottle of Rum for the 3 of us. Good times.
I'm not used to having decent curtains here, let alone no windows in the hotel to stop the light from waking you up in the morning, and after thinking"Oh Rosie, get back into bed, it's like 5am" she told us it was 11:30. No manches! Luckily the ...