El Sombreron Room
Also known as: Tzipitio, elf and sometimes as Tzizimite. A person of short stature, dressed in black wearing a thick, shiny belt. He also wears a large black hat and boots that make a lot of noise when walking.
He likes to ride horses and braid their tails and manes. When there are no horses around, he braids dogs. He likes to romance girls with long hair and big eyes. When he likes a girl, he braids her hair and sings to her with his silver guitar. As part of his romancing scheme, he is said to throw dirt on the woman’s plate whenever she tries to eat so she can’t do it and disrupts her sleep.
“El Sombrerón” appears at dusk, dragging a group of mules around, crossing the city and its neighborhoods. When he is reciprocated by a woman, he ties his mules to the post of the house where she lives, picks up his guitar and starts singing and dancing. Some residents from the neighborhoods of AntiCharacteristics:
- 1 or 2 people
- 1 queen bed
- Security box
- LCD TV with cable
- Nice bathroom with hot water
- Hair dryer
Relaxi! enjoy the view, have a drink!
Cable Tv with more than 100 local and international channels
Keep your belongings in a safe place
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