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Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende
... had been used for Basil Ranch purposes… so the mystery was solved. It felt like we won $3000. I noticed Cathies face was a little red. I’ll have to watch she doesn’t get too much sun.
I thought I would go over
my animal sighting check list.
Colorful snake, checked
Iguana, checked, and documented. (photo’s taken)
Whale, still to be
spotted, heading back ...
... Hecho en Mexico, etc.
There is another plaza, that is about two or three blocks away from the Central Plaza,
the Zocola, that is more Mexican and has fewer or less English there... (like maybe none)... ... .....
This is one of the many things that I like about San Miguel - always meeting people
that I know, wherever I go in San Miguel
and being known by the people in the places that I do go to,
like the restaurants, the stores, the biblioteca, ...
... white and black tile floor and subdued ornamentation. The Temple of the Third Order (for "part time" monks) is next door and has a California Mission appearance.
WOW.. lots of history about San Miguel I learned today! After nearly three hours of the walking tour, mom and I luckily hopped a taxi home (parade traffic was thick) as I had to get some refried beans to the Mexican Revolution school fiesta (started at 1:00 p.m.). All the students dressed up ...
... So we had Locos Tocos and I went back to making a decision between camarones, pork or beef. Finally, our appetizer arrived and it was decision time, so we both ordered salads, safe so far, and Sheila ordered Pollo Mole and I ordered the shrimp, wrapped with bacon and stuffed with cheese. The dinner was very good and when I calculated the cost including tip when we got home it was still less than we spend at a good restaurant at ...
... and we felt very lucky as we booked it online sight unseen. The home is a colonial style with brick vaulted ceilings, 5 stone fireplaces, wrought iron balconies, reflecting pool with hot tub, immaculate gardens with fountains, and 360 degree roof top deck with pagoda. It is decorated with faux religious relics and icons of Mary and Christ with baroque gold frames and huge ceramic pottery and stone floors. It has wonderful modern amenities such ...