What people are saying about Guanajuato and the Guru-
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What People say about the GURU….
Hi Ilisa, we met you at Stephanie’s party last Saturday. So impressed with your site and what you are doing. We have a couple of questions for you…we are staying here in gto for 2 months…so these may be questions others may ask.
1. Hot springs. Which are the best, how do you get there and how much does it cost?
2. I need a haircut (me, Mickey, don doesn’t have any hair!). Are there any good beauty shops in gto? I don’t want to have to go to San Miguel but will if I have to.
3. Where are there hiking trails or parks so we can feel the earth under our feet?
We hope this isn’t too much of a burden…but these are things we’d like to figure out.
Thanks again…love your site!
You’re great to know! Am glad I found you.- Gail
Love your site. Love the pictures too. Has a personal feel to it. -Debrita
Your website is beautiful! We hope it encourages more of our friends to visit us while we are in Guanajuato. They are all too scared to go.
The sight is fabulous and really needed- nice work! – Sara