Hotel Murillo Plaza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... was hanging around and it made me a little nervous. When Lucy got back she talked to the officer and then she told me that her neighbors had a domestic argument and I told her that happens in my neighborhood too, which was funny! Lucy offered me dinner but I told her I already ate. She helped me plan my second day and in the google translate she said that The Lord of the Taxi would pick me up in the morning, which made me laugh! I hung out in the ...
... going pretty early because I wanted to go to the statue of CristoRey (Christ the King) that overlooks the city. It's basically the Mexican version of the statue in Rio de Janeiro. I headed down to catch the bus, but I was misinformed about its departure times and so had about an hour to wait. Of course, I decided to explore a bit, heading down a street I had never walked down before. There wasn't a whole bunch to be seen, but I am now just a bit ...
... when Ray was trying to find some things to do. Went back to his place for a little bit, and met his landlords owl, which when I pretended to intimidate it, gave me THE most evil ‘come near me and I’ll rip your face off’ look. I hadn’t understood Ray’s previous fear of Owls but after the way that one looked at me, I’ve also concluded that they are largely evil!
Stayed there for a bit and had some cracking Yorkshire Tea, then went back ...
... was coming from Leon, a city about 1 hour away, and her brother-in-law had to pull over because it was raining and she was running really late. So, I headed out at about midnight, which as Alonso, one of the grandson's pointed out, is when people start to go out.
The new El Bar now occupies a huge building. The first floor had live music--they were Causacian (I don't know if they were Americans--probably--or British ...
... doors can be seen around every corner. Houses are painted in greens, reds, yellows and pinks.
Most of the narrow streets and passageways are only for pedestrians, as roads for cars and buses are underground, in 25 huge tunnels. The tunnels were originally built in the 19th century to control heavy flooding from the river that ran through the centre of the city. Later a dam was built and the tunnels were made into underground roads. A great way to take traffic away from ...