Radisson Poliforum Plaza Hotel Leon
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Microwave in room
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... of us. There were no railroad crossing barriers or alerts of any kind. The train would start up and stop every few minutes, and we waited for it to fully cross for about twenty minutes. Meanwhile, pedestrians and stray dogs alike would run over and under the train to get across. One dog in particular caught my attention as I watched it waiting for the train to slow. It keenly analyzed the train's speed and then, timing it perfectly, bolted under the ...
... is hilarious to just watch the couples come down the steps to the bottom of the alley, and suffer from the awkward couple of seconds on the third step as the look of horror on every man's face becomes clear as he looks to his eager eyed partner... "oh, is she gonna kiss me? should I kiss her?"
We then finished our 2 night stay in Guanajuato with another friend Dany in Grill, another antro with a pretty cool interior set out.
... one of most influential artists in Mexican culture.
I went back to my host's place and spent the afternoon napping and reading. It's a real treat!
Callejon del Beso is a popular spot in town, but I only discovered it by accident when I saw lots of people crowding the alleyway. It's very similar to Sevilla, and the story about neighbors kissing each other from their balconies because ...
... what better be fresh java. Perhaps I shouldn't have been surprised when the coffee did not show, leaving at 0725 for a walkabout, including 2 new religious sites. To brekkie at 0756 and reports of a rough night for Denise [the *****], Alan [stomach] and Peter [fatigue]. We stumbled through our non-existent espanol re ordering details. Chatted with Ian about Rajasthan.
A quick pharmacy stop for Denise and then off at 0858, heading for San Miguel de Allende. We will ...
... Texan). It's been good eating, too good. I left every day so full. Her method isn't very exact, not very Julia Childs, but after a few days of broiling peppers directly on the burner flame and adding salt and water to everything, we all got the hang of it.
Seth (of the couple from California) was the most adventurous with the food here of the people I met - he also got food poisoning, but he introduced me to some of the food carts around town when he ...