Edelmira Hotel Boutique
Travel Blogs from Guanajuato
... go way up. It was supposed to start the week after we left. It is an old festival that originated, I think, about fifty years ago. At some point, the town adopted Don Quixote as a symbol and there are wonderful very different sculptures of him all over town. The festival was originally involved dramatic performances of Don Quixote's epic journey, but now has expanded with a variety of dramatic and musical offerings. We saw a poster of a woman on the cathedral in the main square ...
... to Dolores and San Miguel. It was very similar to the day trip I took last year before classes started. It took me forever to decided if I wanted to go or just sit around and do nothing besides rest. I'm glad I went, though, because, after getting car sick :( , it was a good day. And, a plus of getting car sick was that I got to sit shot gun the rest of the trip! That even included being the DJ and picking out the CD for ...
... singing. We didn't join any of the groups but we did see groups as they passed our hotel. It looked like everyone was having a lot of fun and enjoyed the experience. We were just too pooped to participate. Something to look forward to, the next time we are in Guanajuato.
On Sunday, we decided not to continue on to San Miguel d'Allende with the ladies but to save that for another mini trip. San Miguel is not very far from Queretaro and would be a great place to go for another ...
... s tall, fair-skinned, blond, husband was with us in the karaoke bar and when he got up to go do something, all the Mexicans started chanting gŁero, which I would have never understood if it hadn’t been for my class. It’s just a name for a light-skinned, blond person and they were wanting him, the obvious foreigner, to get up and sing. Yea for education! :) Another cultural thing I learned, well, or had confirmed I guess would be ...
... to die for. I noticed immediately that there are many more cafes, and more English spoken also (although, still prodiminently Spanish).
We arrived at our lovely little B&B, nestled into a back alley behind the Teatro Pirincipal. We were dropped off by the taxi at the front of the Teatro, and had to walk up a few flights of stairs to get into the alleyway (certainly gave these smokers lungs a work out!!). We rang the doorbell ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility