Real De Minas Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Heated pool
- Multilingual staff
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... at the covered Hidalgo Market.
We were taken back to our RV’s for a few hours rest and then picked up after dark for a private and magical serenade through Guanajuato’s narrow streets. A band of twelve musicians -Tuna Madrigal de Guanajuato - led us through the streets while singing traditional songs. We were given funny little ceramic vessels in the shape of a frog to hold wine. In one small ...
The sad act of pulling myself away from marvelous Querétaro was alleviated by the fact that I was heading to the one and only Guanajuato where not only a beautiful city, but a wonderful group of friends, awaited me. I purposely planned my arrival for the 4th of July because I really didn't see the point of spending that patriotic holiday surrounded by Mexicans, who could care less, when I could celebrate with 20 Americans! I arrived in Guanajuato ...
Well, as an overview, this week wasn't as relaxing as the first, but it wasn't horrible either. I worked constantly, no time for breaks, but I didn't have to stay up particularly late. Monday for lunch the director of the program, Anne, and her daughter, Amaru, came over for lunch. It was the first time I ate in the formal dining room. Anne's going around, eating lunch with the families and taking photos to use to advertise the ...
... there was another street parade. Many were dressed in Renaissance style costumes, and were riding these gorgeous horses. The horses trot was almost a dance - I've never seen anything like it before. Another lovely event just walking down the street.
Not only that, we wandered straight through a protest, of what we could only assume was related to working conditions, as a number of women were crawling the streets on their knees. The energy was unreal!
On the way we stopped for a Michelada (think of a ceaser [or bloody mary for any americans reading this] mix... there's more to it and variations wherever you go but with beer instead of vodka... when done right it's delicious) and why not I grabbed a pigs foot to try out. It was pickled and or boiled or something. Lacked flavor aside from the pickled onion, carrots, and jalepenos and hot sauce that ...