Posada San Francisco

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

Romantic Guanajuata

A travel blog entry by duchesne on Feb 10, 2015

1 comment, 60 photos

... street and its sidestreets. An old river bed is turned into some fascinating streets with over 250 authentic arches from the 17th Century.


We were then taken on a panoramic drive overlooking the city and stopped at a lookout where a huge statue (Papilla) of the first Indian hero of the 1810 Mexican-Spanish revolution towers over the city. From there we took a vernacular to the city center where ...

Guanajuanto - first taste of real Mexico

A travel blog entry by meelimtravels on Sep 22, 2014

7 photos

... street performers and listened to some singers before ending up in another town square with a small little bar with little picnic benches and tables. We decided it was finally time to have a few beers (cerveza). After the beers we headed to grab some dinner after a quick stop at the hostel to change. We looked at a few places but for what they were offering it was expensive. So we ended up at a little Mexican open air kitchen where some lovely old Mexican ladies cooked ...

Aaahhhhhh . . . The Worst is Over (I think)

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Aug 03, 2013

10 photos

... etc. her responses like "yes," "no," "what?" were a strong slap in my face and she wasn't even talking to me!

Kelsy and I stayed together through most of the time in the Houston airport, until we split to go in different directions to catch our connecting flights. My flight ended up getting delayed about a 1/2 hour, but I'm not complaining, it could have been worse. Actually, Kelsy and I had a back-up plan. If either of us ...

City of Alleys and Singing Men

A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Jun 21, 2013

22 photos

I was born and raised in Mexico until I was 17, and still I am ashamed to admit that my knowledge of anything outside the direct area where I was born is deficient and embarrassing. This last week I had the wonderful opportunity, not only to discover new areas, but to drive there myself and gain confidence traveling through the well maintained and slightly expensive Mexican "Cuota" (Fare) Highways. I remember driving 16 hrs from Vancouver to California for ...

Don't burn my meatball

A travel blog entry by panzaverde on Jun 04, 2012

1 comment

... seating.

It's very hard to produce a good map of Guanajuato because many of the streets are so little, and also because the roading system is multilevel. There used to be rivers flowing through the valley but after a big flood they were diverted and the riverbeds turned into roads below the level of the
existing streets and maintaining the old bridges. The Guanajatans then took things a step further ...