Casa Frida B&B

Address: Cuesta de Loreto 24, San Miguel de Allende, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 37700, Mexico | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Cuesta de Loreto 24, San Miguel de Allende, is near Coyote Canyon Adventures, Los Senderos, and San Miguel Riding Adventures.
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    Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende

    Santa Semana - Easter Holy Week

    A travel blog entry by tonibold on Apr 05, 2015

    12 photos

    ... Christ carrying the cross, and (many) more, were carried though the cobble-stoned streets by locals dressed in theme, as young girls scattered chamomile and other herbs on the ground to bless the way.



    The evening Procession of Light and Dark is a solemn affair, but intensely moving. They walk meditatively in silence ... moving 100m or so in an hour, and it meanders on through ...

    YSan Miguel de Allende, Mexico Experiences........

    A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Jan 12, 2015

    ... week... He was Jewish and it was a Jewish funeral, which included a Jewish Shiva (like a Wake, except without the heavy drinking).... I like, appreciate and admire the way that the Jews do many things in a very intellectual and philosophy way.....
    Some of the things said at the funeral included..................
    - Jews do not get together during bad times, but funerals are not considered bad times,
    they are considered to be part of ...

    A Day Trip to San Miguel de Allende and El Grito

    A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Sep 15, 2014

    51 photos

    ... they would bring us more. It was soooo yummy! Seriously, check out the pictures. It actually was as good as it looks, if not better. They also had a selection of wines and Georg and Imke decided to buy a bottle. The waiter even knew how to serve the wine, something we did not expect at all. Maybe I should say that Mexicans are usually absolutely clueless when it comes to wine. So this was kind of special.

    After eating, there was not a lot of time left, ...

    Touring the Town

    A travel blog entry by judytravels on May 07, 2014

    1 comment

    ... Church owns what is inside. (If you come to San Miguel, I recommend that you take this tour. Two hours, 150 pesos, leaving from in front of the Perroquia at 10am, M, W and F.)

    Jack also told us a vital fact: the food street vendors whose carts are stainless steel have been health department inspected (whatever that means in Mexico!) so are safe for us to eat from. Yeah! A taco is in order. Etiquette is to order one at a time, I am told. ...

    San Miguel del Allende

    A travel blog entry by markjezek on Feb 07, 2014

    19 photos

    ... place was that it was the birth place of the Mexican Liberation from Spain which began in 1810.

    Making the most of the one afternoon that we had, we were strongly recommended to visit the local hot springs (Aguas Termals). We jumped on a local bus which zoomed its way out of town, and got us there in no time. We jumped into the springs and whilst nice really weren’t anything that special - UNTIL we notice a narrow tunnel with waist deep water leading into the ...