Guanajuato

For the first leg of our Mexican adventure, I joined my buddy Jorge for a family visit and his sister’s wedding in the state of Guanajuato. We spent two days wandering the city of Guanajuato, the state capitol and university town. Built into a hill and full of Spanish colonial architecture, the city center is full of winding cobble stone alleys, pocket-sized squares,  street art, and shady trees. After I was allowed to purchase all the silver jewelry the town would sell me (Full disclosure: if we ever vacation together there’s a lot of sidewalk cafe drinking and purchasing of accessories. You’ve been warned.) we headed to San Luis de la Paz for the wedding of Jorge’s sister. Felicitaciones Nadya y Paco!

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Guanajuato

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Guanajuato

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Micheladas

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You can still throw rice in Mexico!

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World Cup day

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Monumento a El Pipila, Guanajuato

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Teatro Juarez, Guanajuato

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Museo y Casa Diego Rivera, Guanajuato

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Teatro Juarez, Guanajuato

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