Hi! I am planning a trip where I will stay in a hostel in Guanajuato and will have 9 days of visiting time. Since I am making Guanajuato my home base, I would like to visit other cities near by as day trips. I know nothing about these places, but realize, at least that some are smaller than others and of course,and perhaps several could be visited in one day, while others would take several days. Nonetheless, I am on a limited budget and so must return to Guanajuato to sleep. Also, I do not have a car, so would likely take a bus. With that in mind, What are your recommendations? My thought was the following: Guadalajara ( I know, more than one day, but possibly city center highlights?), Queretaro, Morelia/ Patzuaro, Zacatecas. San Luis Potosi, Aquaclaientes,San Miguel de Allende. I have read that Dolores Hidalgo is very important historically, but architecturally, not of that much interest, but I am not sure. I assume I will spend 3 days or so seeing Guanajuato as well and can, of course see it in small chunks of time each day as well. I have a lot of energy and don't mind long days, but am I just crazy to try to see all of this in my short time? I really appreciate your help. Thank you for any suggestions.
I'm flying in and out of the airport in Leon. Has anybody travelled by bus from there to Zacatecas? I'll need to look up the schedule so I can coordinate my flights, but I'm wondering how far from the airport the bus station in Leon is, cost of cab, etc, so any info is appreciated!
I'm looking for a small, B&B type hotel, clean, with just the basics for about 300 pesos a night in Zacatecas in September. Has anyone got any recommendations? I know of a great one in Gto that I like alot, but I'm thinking of splitting my next trip between these 2 cities.
Hey I am a documentary filmmaker from Dallas, Texas and I will be coming to Zacatecas, Zacatecas from December 5-21. I am looking for a musician, singer, painter, sculpter or any other type of artist that lives in the area to make a film about. I already have someone there but they are having trouble finding anybody. This will be great for people in the US to understand Mexicans and mexican culture better. Thanks
Hi,we are driving to Zacatecas from Monterrey, I have a map where it shows there is a toll highway to San Luis which we take from Saltillo, can anyone tell me if I can take this one and connect later to the one in Zacatecas, or do we have to take the regular highway to Zacatecas, which I understand is only one lane and more dangerous. Thanks! T
Does anyone know how to find a house to rent in Zacatecas?
I am planning a trip to Zacatecas in May 2005. I will be only carring what I can get in a back pack. Plan on staying about a week. Don't worry , I plan on washing some stuff while I am there. Where would you recommend staying that is not too expensive but clean and relatively safe. I don't speak much spanish (mostly words) and understand even less. This will give me a chance to learn more out of necessity. What do they call it immerison? Check my bbt home page since I don't know how to get my picture over here. I live in the Dallas, Texas area.
Looking to find out the temperature in Zacatecus, Mexico in September. Is it very hot? What type of clothes should I bring? And any tips you can give me. Thanks.