Thursday, June 11, 2009
Tourism way down, two economical restaurants closed, but culture booming
My landlady has vacancies in her two temporary and usually occupied rentals, La Venta de Tobosa And Las Cruces restaurants have closed down, but Guanajuato's cultural scene is a least as busy as ever. Cine Club is offering international films Sun-Wed evenings, trumpeter Jason Pettit and his bass partner play jazz early Thursday evenings at The Capellina, theatre events are popping up, the Symphony has resumed its Friday concerts and keep an eye out for special musical offerings at the museums. AND don't forget the days long popular San Juan Days festival, starting June 24. The tourism office in Plaza de la Paz says a flyer should be available there soon.