Paseo de la Presa Hotel

Address: Carretera Panoramica tramo Pipila-Isste , Guanajuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36000, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Carretera Panoramica tramo Pipila-Isste , Guanajuato, is near Mummy Museum (Museo de los Momias), Alhóndiga, State University, and Diego Rivera Museum and Home (Museo Casa Diego Rivera).
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    Travel Blogs from Guanajuato

    Guanajuato, and the road there

    A travel blog entry by bubblecuffer on Nov 15, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... it is also crowded and a little impersonal, and we remembered why we live in a town of 400 souls. We arrived on Friday afternoon, and the hotels in el centro were booked for the weekend. We found the Hotel Guanajuato in the puebla of Valenciana overlooking the city. Although this hotel was a little more upscale than those where we often stay in Mexico, it wound up being a great find. Very clean, muy ...

    A Whole New Side of the City

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 04, 2014

    23 photos

    ... here the way I did. Also, I've decided that there is a rather unique Mexican laugh. I noticed it Baruch, the guy in Cuernavaca, and being back in Guanajuato I remembered (when I heard it) that Armando, the grandson, has a similar laugh, and I've heard it in the streets too. It's like a little explosion of laughter, and has a very kid-like tone to it. Armando's laugh always made me smile because it seemed so kiddish, but now I notice it all the time.

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    Day trip to Guanajuato City

    A travel blog entry by thelliotts on Oct 22, 2013

    16 photos

    ... houses over 100 mummies exhumed from the Guanajuato cemetery, right next door. These mummified bodies were exhumed as a result of a law requiring residents to pay a tax for perpetual burial in the late nineteenth century. When the tax was unpaid by survivors, the body was exhumed. (Most of the mummies are from above ground cement crypts. They believe that the dry hot climate preserved the bodies.) The burial tax law was outlawed in 1958.

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    Doozy of a Week!

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 30, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... live within 10 minutes from me. Crazy!!

    Saturday night, sigh, was the closing of the salsa bar I went to so often last summer. Maria Elena, her new house mate from Sweden Kararine, and I met up with Marcela, a girl from our program, and Ricardo and we went to the closing. The three of us met up with them at a restaurant where they were finishing up dinner, and there was live music. I felt pretty good about my ...

    Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll

    A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Dec 14, 2012

    24 photos

    ... Change of scenery to Monica's house with just us two, Captain Morgan's and Edgar, an Olly Murs lookalike. We had a great time singing karaoke, mainly English songs in the Spanish form, and catching up until the early hours of the morning and called it a night at 4:30am given that we didn't have much time and wanted to make the most of the following day. One of the particular highlights, was this song as you might be able to tell from our ...