Castillo De Santa Cecelia

Address: Insurgencia Ave, Leon, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Insurgencia Ave, Leon, is near Galería Atenea, Galería San Miguel, Instituto Habla Hispana, and Academia Hispano Americana.
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Travel Blogs from Leon

Another Week Come and Gone

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 08, 2012

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... way to say it, would be how laid back Mexicans are. At the karaoke bar, our waiter, when he needed to lean in close to talk to one of us, didn't think twice about using our shoulders to help support himself. It surprised me the first time, as it did when he did a drum-roll like thing on my shoulder to get my attention. Oh, the interesting things that happen when you travel!

Yesterday was Moisés’s (the husband of the house) ...


A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jun 20, 2012

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... out of tunnels, and exits here and there for people to surface at different points. It appears to be quite the well-developed system.

We at lunch at 3 o'clock. We had spaghetti (with a homemade sauce) for the first plate. My second plate of food looked like something from a restaurant with the food arranged rather artisitically. I don't know what the dish as a whole was called, but it was a layer of chayote (Apparently called a ...

Pregnant Spanish Moments

A travel blog entry by thelees on Jan 10, 2012

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... ka-ka-wa-te) what a mouthful!

  • maybe - "quisas" (kiss-ass) bwahaha!
  • CAUTION - use the following phrases from Mexican slang with great care! You could either break the ice if used correctly or if used negligently you might create a situation!!:
    • "esé" - homeboy (only ok if you're Mexican, like calling someone ***** when you're not black)
    • "cabron" - ******* (an insult to strangers but a term of endearment between ...


    A travel blog entry by alexengel on Aug 30, 2010

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    ... fascinating to see the different country blocs at play at the final stage of negotiations, as they all had their own agendas and priority areas that they wanted to see inserted into the declaration. Meanwhile, the NGO delegates (at least those of us that were allowed in) were seated at the back of the room, and were franticlly using break times to lobby individual govt delegates to get them to raise particular ...

    A Strange Plea

    A travel blog entry by hmplewa on Jul 23, 2010

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    ... people here instead of just having American friends for once. However, I’m just going to miss them terribly when we have to leave.

    Paula got asked to dance a lot, but she didn’t want to dance too much. I think she was really nervous because she just doesn’t know how to dance much yet. She ended up talking to this one guy for a really long time. He was just a genuinely nice guy. He has been in the dance community here for over 5 years. He told us ...