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Travel Blogs from Irapuato
... the other team's fans, 2) at your team's fans, or 3) onto the field, depending on what you're upset about. Apparently toilet paper is also acceptable for throwing. So, if you learning nothing from all my blogs, learn this. If you ever go to a soccer game in Mexico, the nosebleed seats are the way to go! (Which, luckily, is where we were!) Now, the section we were in was called the Preferred Seating section. Considering how high up we ...
... up there even more, the weather was perfect. It was spittitng a little as we were heading to the museum, but it cleared up beautifully--sunny with a little breeze. I couldn't have asked for anything better.
This is just about when Sasha and I were made quite aware that were are foreigners here, just in case we had forgotten. We were minding our own business, taking in the scenery, when two guys approached us, asking Sasha if one of the ...
... so far. But hey, I am a hopeless romantic! I couldn't understand why they were holding this in the alley until I saw the sign on the wall. This particular alley is called "Callejon Del Beso (Alley of the kiss)" - what a perfect spot for people to show how much they love their significant other. I absolutely videotaped it, and will upload at some stage.
Waking up this morning was certainly interesting. One of the other two, who shall not be named, did ...
This city is the most amazing city I
have seen. Built on the side of hills, well, actually under the hill
too. There's miles of tunnels under the city. Most major roads go
underground, and vary in length but the longer ones are ½
kilometer. It is easy to get lost, even with a great navigator, map,
and sense of direction. The tunnels wind around and join one and
other. Its just a real maze. ...
... jacket in the morning and at night. It's high up here, I think over a mile up.
Besides taking advantage of the breezes, the open setup also made for my first encounter with a scorpion. I saw something on the wall while I was in the hallway. I looked a little closer, thinking that it would be a large beetle or cockroach or something, and realized that it was a scorpion. They are much smaller than I imagined--only about an inch and a half or ...
Other places to stay in Irapuato
Av Arbodelas No 2049, Irapuato | 3 star hotelfrom $99
Blvd Villas de Irapuato 1362, Irapuato | 2 star hotelfrom $61
Boulevard Solidaridad #15452, Irapuato | 3 star hotelfrom $90
Av. Guerrero y Cedro s/n, Irapuato | Hotelfrom $81
Portal Carrillo Puerto No 1 Ce, Irapuato | 3 star hotelfrom $50
Juventino Rosas No 444, Irapuato | Hotelfrom $51
Blvd Diaz Ordaz No 3472 Col La, Irapuato | Hotelfrom $58
Heroe de Nacozari 1710 , Irapuato | 3 star hotelfrom $80