Hotel Mision Argento Zacatecas
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... of enormous beauty and Mexican pride. At 8,100 feet above sea level (making it Mexico’s second highest city), Zacatecas quite literally takes your breath away. The city’s stunning architecture includes many religious and civil buildings from the colonial era: the cathedral, clearly dominates the center of town. It has a population of a little less than 500,000 people.
Since its establishment as a mining camp in the 16th century, Zacatecas has ...
... the following day, got Karenyna's number and arranged to meet for lunch. By coincidence, Joan and Ralph, the Australian couple I had met in the Copper Canyon had also said they would be in Zacatecas the following day, so after explaining what had happened, i'd also arranged to meet back up with them - they were also able to supply pretty much all the photos you see in this blog!
The final day, said my goodbye's to Claudia, and her brother, sister and ...
... earlier, was spent at the ruins of La Quemada, which I will tell about in my next blog.
My third and final day in Zacatecas was a wander and museum day. After breakfast, I went to Museo Rafael Coronel. As you could probably guess, Pedro and Rafael, both artists, were in fact related. They were brothers. Rafael’s namesake museum is housed in a crumbling and incredibly beautiful former convent and contains part of his massive collection of masks made in ...
... night for some bar-hopping led by Ernesto, the hostel owner.
After 11 nights I left Zacatecas with a heavy heart, having enjoyed many fun nights out with lots of special new Mexican friends. Hostal Villa Colonial have found the perfect formula - "buena onda" - and have a great thing going on. But if I have any hopes of having a liver until old age, I'd best move onto the next town!
Love and miss you guys!! Thanks for making our Christmas and NY so special!! ...
Brushed up on my Spanish in this lovely city during the annual cultural festival. Jarabe de Palo played in the central square and the Argentine film Castro at the cinemateca. Both events were standing room only.
I learned to make zacatecan enchiladas. We went to the mercado to buy all the ingredients and spend an afternoon cooking and having a great time.