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Guanajuato, Mexico

Rolando told me to meet him on the steps of the Teatro Juarez. I thought I was twenty, sitting there with my backpack, waiting for a guy named Rolando. When I arrived in Guanajuato at the central Jardin with its polished tiles for sidewalks, I was smiling, practically laughing I was so in love with this city of bustling Mexicans and 17th century architecture. “Es un ciudad MUY romantico,” my taxi driver Ernesto had told me. This is a city that was built for walking. A city of pedestrian pathways, people leisurely sitting on park benches without “purpose”. There was something profoundly human about it. All I could think was “What will it take to get my whole family here? Why do I feel so muc

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