Real De Minas Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Hot tub
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... vendors with huge bndles of balloons and more harmonium players begging for tips. All very colourful. Peter asked a question of a pasing musician if his band was a proper Mariachi band....it all ended up with the whole band, violins, guitars, trumpets etc surrounding us at our table playing and singing La Bamba - wich cost us the princely sum of 200 pesos (we leave you to work out if that was good value or not)
At the next Colonial town of Guanajuato ...
... was the size of a bean in the first ultrasound, and it stuck, at least for Estela. Well, it stuck with me too because I can never remember the little guy's name. I think it's Emilio . . . After meeting the baby the Mexican portion of the night began, which really just included some tequila to celebrate the 4th. Though in a shot glass, we sipped it and "enjoyed" it as we chatted, as is the Mexican way in most cases. Though I would have never believed it ...
... taste of how wonderful Guanajuato is if you don't have to study constantly! Amy had noticed the restaurant the other day and wanted to try it out. It ended up being a really nice restaurant, the waiters said things like, "Welcome, we've been waiting for you" as we walked in, "Of course, at your service" for everything we ordered/asked. It was quite the treat. At first we were the only ones there so we were chatting quite a bit ...
... churches and happened upon a wedding, a gorgeous bride arriving a white VW Beetle! That's so Mexico! Except for the groom and his family. They were clearly Scottish - kilt, coat of arms and all.
The freakiest experience by far was visiting the Museo de Momias (Museum of Mummies). The Pantheon is a cemetery that now houses caskets in specially-built walls (see pic). When the grounds became too crowded some bodies were exhumed only to discover that somehow the ...
The two Mexican girls (Emma & Gaby) and I went to Guanajuato together. They both spoke pretty good English and were so helpful and welcoming. They were going to stay with Emma's cousin and insisted I stay with them also.
Guanajuato is a beautiful, romantic city that kind of reminds me of Venice but without the water. Many of the roads have no cars and they have built tunnels underground to manage ...