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... because the same thing is done in Quebec during Easter..
The purple represents the Virgin Mary and the white represents her tears at the loss of her son, Jesus Christ, Our Savior, Who Died For All ...
... San Miguel. We were able to get the lap top fixed in S.M., so no more excuses for the long time between updates.
San Miguel hasn’t changed much in the four years since Cathie and I first visited the city and only minor changes in the 300 years before that. It’s a great city for walking and taking in the sights. We walked through the parks, admired the art work, reviewed a few restaurants, all top notch.
On our ...
... North American ideas are slowly creeping in - there are some Xmas trees now..
If you go to the bottom of this page, you can click on the slideshow, and see the pictures as a slideshow - sometimes it works and sometimes it does not work,, Double clicking on the pictures increases the size of the pictures... ..
Viva La Mexico
Adios Mis Compadres, ...
... an art school. The former convent became the Escuela de Belles Artes. After World War ll, the art school was approved for the GI Bill and many Americans attended the school (now Belles Artes modern art museum). One impressive piece is the mural inside the nuns' refectory by David Alfaro Siqueiros, depicting the life and death of Allende... cool interactive mural exhibit.
Siqueiros was a Communist artist and after World War ll, the school was closed when the ...
... No room for purchases in our bags although one of our last mornings there, we spent two hours walking a loop in the fabulous botanical garden outside town and purchased two wonderful bird T-shirts, one with photos of Mexican hummingbirds and the other with kingfishers. That's it for shopping! After our two hour walk, we couldn't find a taxi back to town and walked back down. Sure enough, another ...