Hotel Posada de la Basilica
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was finishing, the bride and groom off on what was a heavy duty truck, nice wooden seats placed in the cab thereof.
For a small town, there are lots of churches, seemingly every 3 blocks or so. The town has a nice feel. Sid has warned us of weather vagaries on the island trip tomorrow ie rain gear. It felt like it indeed may want to rain. There was water in the air.
Back to the hotel c 1630 for an hour or so. Downloaded the picks. Not especially happy ...
... rode with Kevin and I into town to stop in her shop. She works in ceramics and creates stunning images of lake-related themes such as fish, fishing, and mermaids. From Angelica, I bought a beautiful print of a mermaid as well as a small dish with two mermaids painted on it. Both Angelica and Roberto are renowned for their craft in this region. Angelica's style of ceramics (I forget the name right now) is special to Tzintzuntzan. Times are tough for many of ...
... magnificent early 20th century building called the Teatro Juarez. At the time, there were street performers on the stairs at the front so I wasnt able to get in, but did enjoy the view from the front. The performances at the front were enough to keep me occupied!
The following day, we just walked throughout the city, lapping up every single minute of it. We went inside a few of the Cathedrals, which might I add were the most ...
One side of Plaza Grande had sellers set up for business already. Traditional Dia de Muertos breads, sugar and chocolate skulls, and whimsical skeletons were for sale. We examined the goods before stumbling into a Pizza restaurant hidden in a parking garage on the south side of the Plaza. The margaritas, beer and mushroom and cheese pizza were standard fare. But then they brought out six types of sauces to top ...
... So finally I suggested to one of them that we go up to Pipila, this big statue on the hillside above town, instead of having any more classes. We went, up stairs, stairs, stairs, and I was totally winded! My teacher even smokes and he had no issue - he just said that after a few years in Guanajuato, you get used to it! It was a great view from the top over all of Guanajuato.
Pipila was the nickname of Jose de los Reyes Martinez, a miner ...