Hotel Casa Virreyes
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... The top of the hills around the town was dressed with a thick covereing of trees and cacti. Just as we pulled out, we spied a little house in this thicket. The residents had hung their laundry in the trees. Our journey took us through flat, arable farmland. It was surprisingly green and lush and looked more like areas of Italy than the arid Mexico that we (think we) know from TV and film. The bus station at the other end of our journey was well out of town so we caught a taxi ...
... C3%ADnguez From the top of the hill in town, there is a great view of the old Spanish-built aquaduct. About a kiolmetre long, it spans the valley, overlooks the city, and would once have provided Querétaro's water. The gigantic structure is maintained in fantastic condition. In the square in front of the convent, an old lady in traditional garb with pigtails was embroidering and selling table runners. It was very satisfying to watch ...
... bags, and other leather goods. We were mostly unimpressed with this experience and felt it was a disappointment.
We were happy to have a day of free time the next day. Richard and Melanie and our friends Michel and Ellen accompanied us back to the town center where we explored at our own pace.
We left Guanajuato tired but happy that we had a good experience. We were looking forward to our next ...
... and his family for this week and then I'd move my stuff to Rebeca's house once Melodie left. However, I was just sleeping in Armando's house, I'd still be eating with Ricardo and Melodie, the other two students, in Rebeca's house. (As a reminder, Ricardo was here with me last year.)
So, I ate lunch with Rebeca and caught up with her. Not to put a damper on my blog, but the main topic was Sol. As soon as I entered the house I noticed the ...
... m doing something wrong everytime I pet the cat because Rebeca dislikes animals, she thinks they're dirty, so I know she'd be pretty disgusted if she knew what I was doing. :)
Wednesday I went to my very first One Beer Wednesday. It's a tradition that apparently started last year, though I didn't know about it. Basically, a group goes out after class on Wednesday for just one drink to relax a little half-way through the ...