Casa Rosada Hotel
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Murals in San Miguel de Allende
Col Guadalupe Distrito de Arte (Street Art Murals)
San Miguel de Allende is very famous for its murals. You can find in the city tons of this type of artwork. Most of them are painted on walls in the streets. Some of them are very famous and are located in churches or museums.
At Colonia Guadalupe, a local graffiti artist decorated walls with 27 murals.
A nice collection can ...
... I mentioned that it would be my birthday and the reservationist said, we will have cake for you. I never dreamed they actually would. What a surprise!!
I have had trouble uploading photos and have gotten way behind. So, here are a big bunch that do not relate to my birthday celebration at all. Enjoy and I will try to do better next time, now that I know better how to manage photos.
... and inter-city bus service is really great.
4. Because of the lower air pressure at this altitude, carbonated drinks foam much more when they are being pored into a glass than they do at the lower altitudes and higher air pressure of Ottawa, Canada (most Americans have never heard of Ottawa and have absolutely no idea where it is)..
5. Cooking stuff in boiling water or steam cooking things takes longer in the higher altitude ...
... which had been my worry) and told her to wear a scarf and drink only warm liquids for her throat. He gave us a prescription for Naproxen, cough syrup and Cepacol cough drops. And since the pharmacy is attached to his office, all medicines were in hand and paid for with Dr. Ricard's bill (total 550 pesos) and we were out of there! WOW! For all the inefficiencies down here, this was far superior than home!
Caroline and I walked to Starbucks, just a block away, ...
... solemn holiday and has no connection with Halloween. There are Americans down here, so we do have Halloween costumes and decorations, but these holidays are completely separate. In fact, we have a Halloween party at the end of the month being hosted by an American school family. Although they permanently live in San Miguel, they celebrate the holiday for the American kiddos and the Mexican kiddos join in for the party!