Socavon

Alhondiga 41-a, Guanajuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36000, Mexico | Hotel
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    What I've Been Missing

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 27, 2013

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    ... ll see if I have time to go next week.

    After my dance class this week, Chava, the instructor, mentioned to me that he had opened his own dance studio and invited me to come on Friday to check it out. So, I convinced Amy to come with me, which was a good thing because I would have never found it. We had to walk through a little sunglasses store and go up some stairs to the third floor. The building use to be a hotel so ...

    San Miguel, Mexico - Guanajuato Day Trip Planned..

    A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on May 08, 2013

    ... preparation at the Blues Fest one year for a free entry to the Blues Fest, plus getting free
    meals in the Blues Fest volunteer's tent during the Blues Fest. We worked in the kitchen at Algonguin College to prepare the Blues Fest food. My first job at food preparation at the
    Blues Fest was slicing up 80 boxes of mushrooms. That is real work.. After slicing up 80 boxes
    of mushrooms I took a little ...

    A Weekend in Guanajuato: My Ideal Town

    A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Jul 22, 2012

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    ... yogurt,fruits, pancakes, hot food (vegies and meat) and complimentary coffee and orange juice.

    Alhondiga de Granaditas. Built in the 1800s, this formidable structure was used as a fortress by the Spaniards, but was penetrated by El Pipila. I did not bother going in. The streeet right next to it, Pocitos, was a very interesting walk; along the way I passed by Museo de Casa del Diego Riviera. ...

    Salsa!!

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 20, 2012

    7 photos

    ... out of tunnels, and exits here and there for people to surface at different points. It appears to be quite the well-developed system.

    We at lunch at 3 o'clock. We had spaghetti (with a homemade sauce) for the first plate. My second plate of food looked like something from a restaurant with the food arranged rather artisitically. I don't know what the dish as a whole was called, but it was a layer of chayote (Apparently called a ...

    Take that, annoying funicular woman!

    A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Aug 03, 2010

    ... had to stay home whilst I took old lady compact Casio out for a sojourn. With everything crossed for the possibility that camera tantrum may have subsided later.

    Our plan was to take the funicular to the top of the hill for some mirador-ing (another Mexican past time). But that damn funicular woman wasn't having any of it! It was like 30 pesos or something for the two of us to take one measly ride to the top of the hill (the equivilent of like 1 pound ...