Hotel Casa Virreyes
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... of the center we took it, and then took to foot. The little place was slammed with people, and we swam our way through the crowd to Diego's house, oohing and aweing all the way. It was stunningly picturesque...but we still had some driving ahead of us, so we kept to our mission. We arrived at the Diego house at 2:50, and were told the place closed in 10 minutes. Seriously?! Fine. They still were charging full price for admission. ...