Real De Minas Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Heated pool
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Real De Minas Hotel Guanajuato
Travel Blogs from Guanajuato
Evidence of the strong connection between the Spanish Crown and the former wealth is everywhere. Elaborate churches, some very large villas, and many haciendas show the remains of former wealth.
The last major stop on the tour was San Gabriel de Berrara Hacienda. The guide on this estate brought to life the amazing links between the church in Rome, the Spanish Crown, the wealthy mine owner, his family and the peasant miners. The estate is stunning in its 17 gardens ...
... for One Beer Wednesday, our weekly mental break from all the studying. However, with this session being comparably easy, some of us turned it into a full afternoon/evening event. We started out in Casa Cuatro because, as stated earlier, that place has amazing views and we all love it. Then we headed over to La Botellita and that's where the fun really began. I was thinking about leaving soon, when the rain came. A really good, Guanajuato, ...
... 8217;s were consumed, and some more shameless flirting, this time thankfully without any awful salsa dancing!
Then the plan after was to go to one of the main clubs there. Everyone else got in fine, but then when I got to the front was refused entry on the grounds of shorts. Not happy! Tried to plead with the bouncer… ‘but look there’s a really hot girl in there’… but that was on deaf and fat ears.
Changed venues and went to ...
... at least one rumble of thunder, even if it never actually rains. At least a couple times a week there's a decent storm. I don't know if it's because we're at a higher elevation or what, but I have never heard so many LOUD cracks of thunder in my life. They sound like they're just above the house. Crazy. Once the electricity even went out, but only for 30 seconds or so.
One day this week, I think it was ...
Oh Guanajuato. How I love thee.
I'd dropped my clothes off at the lavenderia in Cuauhtémoc on Wednesday morning and was told they’d be ready by Thursday at 2pm. When I ran down to pick them up on Friday morning just before I was leaving for maybe two weeks, the man at the lavenderia explained that not only were my clothes not ready, they were swimming in the washing machine.
I showed him my receipt and told him his son had said Thursday at two ...