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Travel Blogs from Guanajuato
... suggested we all play sometime. I said yes and went to the kitchen to play. Each game only lasts about 15 or 20 minutes, but by the time it was over, I wasn't in the mood to study! I decided I would make it a cultural learning night and study Mexican game playing habits instead! I was also, however, suppose to go out with my friends since El Bar, that closed the first or second weekend I was here, was reopening in a new ...
... opera in English and that there were going to be Spanish subtitles projected on a screen above the stage. Great for us! It was a lovely production with a trio of very funny kings, a talented boy soprano who played Amahl, and an angelic children's choir.After a good breakfast provided by the hotel, we went exploring. Guanajuato is such a fun place - a labyrinth of surprises!
The city played a huge role in the start of the Mexican War of Independence and because of this ...
... Plan B. I called Monique, and she oh so kindly got out of bed to open the door for me. So, here's what happened. Some family members are here visiting and know my generally boring schedule. So, assuming I was already in bed asleep, they put on the extra lock (I think it's basically a dead bolt, but it's different than ours so I'm not sure.) Oh, good times!
Saturday I slept in, then went to my friend Maria ...
... Many of the neighbourhood kids were running around the plaza playing a friendly game of soccer, and several dogs chasing around after them.
After one too many tequillas, we wandered back to the B&B. Mum fell asleep pretty much immediately. Being the nightowls that we are, MIchael & I pottered around, checked in with our loved ones, and heard this large sound coming from almost outside of the B&B. Being the curious cats that we are, we ducked ...
We (Diego, Sophie and I) got up and drove to Guanajuato, a really pretty town not too far from Queretaro. We walked around, took pictures, went to the university, the theatre and other pretty places, and then stopped at a cafe for lunch and drinks. It was a really cool place on a little brigde over a pedestrian street. I had a ham and cheese croissant and we sat there for ages as it was a really nice spot and we were waiting for Francoise to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking