Castillo De Santa Cecelia
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... is hilarious to just watch the couples come down the steps to the bottom of the alley, and suffer from the awkward couple of seconds on the third step as the look of horror on every man's face becomes clear as he looks to his eager eyed partner... "oh, is she gonna kiss me? should I kiss her?"
We then finished our 2 night stay in Guanajuato with another friend Dany in Grill, another antro with a pretty cool interior set out.
... and ended at the towering pink Templo de San Franciso. Next to it is
Bagel Cafetin where I spent a good couple of hours or enjoying the great coffee, mouthwatering tuna bagel, free wi-fi and people watching.
I passed by Teatro Cervantes, checked Jardin la Union and Plaza Baratillo, before I proceeded to El Pipila. I took the funiculare which cost $15 one way. It was easy getting down ...
For dinner we had enmoladas which were basically taquitos with mole sause poured over them. Sasha and I ate an early dinner because we had plans to go to the see the university's harmonic symphony. When we went to see the opera-themed performance, the theater was pretty empty so I expected the same for this. Boy was I wrong, the place sold out and they were turning people away. I was I glad we'd gotten there early. Speaking of ...
... across the city, including the cathedral (aka la Basilica Colegiata de Nuestra Señora de Guanajuato) by the Plaza de la Paz, la Parroquia del Inmaculado Corazon de Maria, the baroque churches of La Compañia and La Valenciana, and la Iglesia de San Diego on the pretty Jardin de la Union plaza.
We also visited:
El Callejon del Beso (Kiss Alley)
Guanajuato's own tragic Romeo & Juliet love story. Local legend has it that ...
... They were wonderful!
Our music class was devoted to organizing our concerts. My group spent most of the time brainstorming, researching, and trying to figure out all the details for the event. I think we’ve done a pretty good job about getting things together, but I felt quite frustrated while we were working because I felt like we were wading through deep water and not getting anywhere. We did make some progress, but it was really slow. ...