Best Western Gran Plaza
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... was extremely nice, clean and artistic.
After breakfast I made my way up to the zocalo and relaxed on one of the steel benches in the zocalo watching the traffic grow busier. There is certainly a lot of traffic here and Avenida de los Plateros, the main through-way through Taxco. I love it here for a good relaxing time and shopping. But there isn't much more to do beyond that.
It was approaching 10am when I decided to go for a walk and ...
... to leave and if she were to show up we could share a taxi to the Terminal Central del Sur. At 11:15am she still hadn't shown up and left.
Took one of those taxis waiting in from of the hotels to the bus terminal. The driver was one of those cocky types who is willing to make his friends uneasy by suggesting activities that could potentially get his friends in trouble if you didn't have the same confidence to show him up. He offered to drive me all the way to ...
... so we are content to pass them by.
What impressed us, are the many narrow serpentine spaghetti like streets and alleys winding every which way on the mountain side. Cobblestone streets, colorful flower pots on walls, rooftops and balconies of the red tile roofed whitewash buildings. Around every corner is a Kodak moment. There are many churches in the town, but the main church, Parroque de Santa Prisca, stands tall above all other buildings and steals ...
... the original style, which I think they only recently stopped making in Mexico. We ended up in the center square by the big church in town where Shiela's brother got married 10 years ago. We tried to park right in the middle of the square and this guy comes up I think to tell us we can't park there, so Shiela tells him we're looking for Sr. Jaimes. "Sure, I know him!" the guy says. Then he leads us to a woman traffic cop, says we need to just park on the square for a few ...
... water, key lime juice, honey, and tequila. Very tasty! They taught us about silver, alloys, and what to look for when shopping. They did a raffle to give away some silver trinkets. I, sadly, did not win. Maybe its for the better, because I would have just melted it down and had it made into a ring or something. They were pointless things. We then headed downtown to do some shopping and to see, guess what... another church... I took a ...