Hotel Posada de la Basilica
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... supposed to be [on me].
Back out a second time toward a quiet Plaza Grande. The sun was warm but the shade a tad cool. A section of road close to the posada was closed to allow children to ride on the road in safety.
A big queue at 0900 for our late brekkie. It was quite good, consisting of breads, coffee, juice and a plate of scrambled eggs in hot sauce and refried beans. ...
... very loud. The best part was that they had helmets, crowns, shields and other such items made of copper available for visitors to try on and take photos. See the dorky photo of me in the pics. haha
The day capped off with a delicious homemade pasta dinner concocted by Arminda, her daughter Erandi, and Erandi's boyfriend Jorge. That was followed by a scrumptious dessert of brownies and vanilla ice cream. Afterwards, as the day faded into night, we all ...
... the famed photographer known for orchestrating masses of nudes in public places. Otherwise, we stayed for about half of the awards show, got a bit bored, and bailed.
At the rainy terrace dinner I’d spent a lot of time chatting with Victor, Mario’s friend from college, who frankly is a 40-something year old Mexican male version of me. High energy and a wanderer, we became good friends and he became an integral part of the rest of our tour of Guanajuato. ...
... at least five miles to go, we came across Cabaņas (cabins) at an avocado orchard. It had showers and informational signs so we thought we could stay. A big Saint Bernard/mix greeted us but no people showed up. The gate was locked and we could not get in. We decided to wild camp shortly up the road. We found a great spot hidden by wildflowers and brush. We cooked up stroganoff from our dehydrated camp food supply. The gooey mess hit the spot....
... one of many such events in Guanajuato for various saints throughout the year. The band started playing before dawn and from the roof of the church they set off something like firecrackers but much, much louder. The band plays most of the day except for during a siesta in the afternoon/early evening.
I wanted to try and find it by following the music, which we could hear from perhaps a half mile away. ...