Alalibre went to Hidalgo and Guanajuato.

Last Weekend we went to explore Hidalgo and Guanajuato.
El fin de semana pasado fuimos a explorar Hidalgo y Guanajuato.

Real del Monte, Hidalgo.

The first place we visited was Real del Monte in Hidalgo, a mining town, 2,700 mts about sea level and with 11K inhabitants.
Alalibre se fué de excursión.
El primer lugar que visitamos fué Mineral del Monte en Hidalgo, un pueblo minero a 2700 mts sobre el nivel del mar y con 11 mil habitantes. @ Real del Monte.

Prísmas Basálticos, Huasca de Ocampo, Hidalgo.
The second place we visited were the Basaltic Prisms. The Basaltic Prisms are impressive geometrical columns made of basalt that decorate the walls of Santa María Regla cannion and are showered by the 4 waterfalls that feed the San Antonio Regla Dam. This is in the magical town of Huasca de Ocampo, Hidalgo.
El segundo lugar que visitamos fueron los Prismas Basálticos.
Los Prismas Basálticos son impresionantes columnas geométricas de basalto que decoran las paredes de la barranca de Santa María Regla, que se ven bañadas por las 4 cascadas que alimentan la presa de San Antonio Regla. Esto es en el pueblo mágico de Huasca de Ocampo, Hidalgo.
Grutas de Tolantongo, Izmiquilpan, Hidalgo.
The third place we visited were the Tolantongo Grottoes in Ixmiquilpan, Hidalgo; a espectacular and majestic park of thermal waters, with pretty waterfalls and enigmatic grottoes.
El tercer lugar que visitamos fueron las Grutas de Tolantongo en Ixmiquilpan, Hidalgo; un espectacular y majestuoso parque de aguas termales, con bellas cascadas y enigmáticas grutas. @ Grutas De Tolantongo, Hidalgo.
Guanajuato, Guanajuato
The last place we visited was Guanajuato city, a mining town with little alleys, magic frogs, spooky legends, modern artists and a huge legacy in Mexican history.
El último lugar que visitamos fué la ciudad de Guanajuato, un pueblo minero con pequeños callejones, ranas mágicas, leyendas tenebrosas, artistas modernos y un gran legado en la historia de México.



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I am Israel Andalón. I have a major in Electronic Engineering from ITESM. However I am a free-lance dance teacher and a tourist guide with my own company Alalibre. Besides Dancing and traveling, I like arts, geek stuff, social media, environmental issues, chess, scooters, literature, drawing, parties, entrepreneurship and marketing.

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