Casa Maria Bed and Breakfast
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... and I want to walk barefoot on the grass somewhere. So we take a stroll to el Parque Juarez - the large park downtown that is a central feature of local Mexican life. The is a sense of lushness, a little oasis of beautiful pathways meandering between huge trees and plant beds. Locals are walking or jogging in circuits, women sit chatting over their embroidery, or meet for tai chi in ...
... Bubble in San Miguel, and
I am not really connected to the Mexicans and Mexico.
And the real trouble areas are far away form where I am - in the Southern part of Mexico, and maybe in the Northern Mexico Border States... I am in a safe zone of security, safety and stability in Mexico...
It is difficult to imagine an uprising, or insurrection in a modern state
that has an armed forces and modern weapons...
Food, food, food. Mexico is a land of diverse flavors and tastes and it is not all tacos and enchiladas, either. In the U. S. we don't get the best of Mexico but usually get Tex-Mex and as good as this can be, it doesn't really represent what Mexico can offer. In San Miguel, food is truly front and center, Mexican for sure but also Italian and French with Mexican influence as well as the burger and pizza, now ...
... SM to Guanajuato we made the compulsory pottery stop in Dolores Hidalgo, where we were lucky enough to find some nice pieces. Hazel was a little upset with us taking her over the 8600’ pass in the heat of the day, but then it was all downhill into Guanajuato. We toured the tunnels, then found our way to the camp ground. After camp set up, (including testing lawn chairs and the fridges ability to keep cerveza’s cool) we headed to ...
... stopping at our first address saying goodbye to Barnabe and Angelica. It was a nice adventure with the family driving toward Dolores Hidalgo and the Hacienda. We pulled into the middle of Trancas town square which is basically dirt- and right on the town square and across from the church was the large wall of the hacienda. It is a 450 year old compound with stables, pool, hot tub, spa, gardens, and a large round fountain. We were given a ...