Posada San Francisco

Av. Juarez No. 178, Guanajuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guanajuato

My Second Graduation

A travel blog entry by doove


... her to another club, where got a free beer on entry which just about managed to finish, before she then bought another round of which I could not –probably the first time ever I’ve left a full beer, but that probably tells you how much had been consumed – I did the calculations the following afternoon, and it was not healthy, but it was definitely the best night out I’d had in Mexico.

Don’t really remember the whole getting back part or ...

Unbelievable Week--I relaxed!

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


... we lived by each other last year. After about 3 steps I felt very lonely without David and Ricardo with us. Maria Elena agreed. :( Stephen's absence is also very much felt since, being the tallest, he was the turner-on and turner-off of the projector that's attached to the ceiling in the classrooms. In Action Research we decided Katie was the next tallest person, but it was quite a stretch for her. We eventually found a ...

Discovering Central Mexico with my brother

A travel blog entry by hauteroute2012


... former mining tunnels to get to where you need to in the city. As I need the more global perspective to orient myself, driving in a labyrinth of underground tunnels isn't helping my sense of direction. Good thing we have signs that somewhat help you to get some kind of direction. To be on the completely safe side, we choose to take an above-ground parking instead of getting entirely lost in this unique world. From an architectural POV Guanajato presents ...

One Down, One to Go

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


Okay, everyone, I've made it through my first session! My week wasn't nearly as bad as some other people's because I did so much work last weekend. Monique, the other student living with me, went home on Saturday, so I'm all alone. Well, not really, because there's always family here, it's quite the busy household, but I feel a little alone without her here any more. :( We both plan on coming back to this house next ...

Don't burn my meatball

A travel blog entry by panzaverde


Guanajuato is a 4 and a 1/2 hour bus ride north of Mexico City. It's an old silver mining town: for 250 years it produced 20% of the world's silver. It is full of opulent buildings built by the silver barons.

It's very picturesque with brightly coloured houses crammed onto the slopes of a ravine, served by narrow, steep streets. At the bottom of the ravine is the town centre with leafy little squares and restaurants ...

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