Atotonilco el Viejo Hotel Resort & SPA
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... is an ornate, gold-filled religious prayer chapel; it is locked away from the public and access is difficult. The Oratorio is the busiest church in town.
The first plaza in San Miguel was the Health Plaza. It sits in front of the Church of Our Lady of Good Health (originally a chapel for the defunct St. Francis de Sales college) attached to the church. St. Cecilia, patron saint for the blind and musicians, is revered in this church. The Civic Plaza is ...
... was impressed with Katie's Spanish comprehension and relied on Katie for translation of the tour information. It was an adventure!
My mom, the kids and I ate lunch at Ten Ten Pie next to Academia; the kids then went to school for an hour and their extracurricular activities. Greg had lunch with Brook at a Lebanese restaurant on Ancha. While the kids were in school, I went shopping with my mom in town. We walked down Zacateros looking at silver shops, ...
After walking the kids to school, my mom and I grabbed coffee and cinnamon rolls at Cafe Monet. She enjoyed seeing the kids' open courtyard school and morning routine. Greg worked out at the Lobo gym this morning with Ernesto. Mom and I walked through the Rosewood Hotel on the way back to the house; she was impressed with this luxury open air hotel (ranked by Conde Naste Traveler as #1 hotel in Mexico).
Off touring today! Greg rented a car from Bajio Go; ...
It was another day of touring the region. After dropping the kids off at school, Greg and I drove about 14 kilometers into the countryside to see the historic Sanctuary of Atotonilco dubbed the "Sistine Chapel of Mexico".
In a small community (less than a thousand people) stands a deteriorating white fortress church. Outside the church is a bronze stature of Hidalgo, priest and revolutionary. It appears that ...
Today, Conde Nast Traveler magazine unveiled its 2013 Readers' Choice awards for best cities in the world and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico (our home for the past two months) was selected as the number one (#1) city in the world! Greg and I knew we loved this place and carefully selected it for our family to spend four months, but we feel amazed that the Conde Nast Traveler chose San Miguel as the top destination in the ...