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Travel Blogs from San Luis Potosí
This good weather is getting hard to take.
We went to an art museum, but since it was Sunday it closed early - before we got there. We headed across the plazas to the Hotel Museo Palacio De San Agustin. It looked very classy, even museum-like.
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Zacatecas was finally sunny and warm(ish). Best to leave before it changes its mind.
Got toSan Luis Hotel at 6 and it is great. Ate at Antojitos El Pozole, which is a small business success story.Walked thru some of the plazas - which are a highlight of this town.
WEATHER: sunny and pleasantly warm TOTAL MILEAGE: no driving. All currency is in pesos. We decided to spend another night at this hotel and spend the day as total tourists, going out three times. In the late morning, we went to the Alameda- it had fewer gardens then the one in Queretaro but did have a pretty pond with geese and other birds. We also …
WEATHER: mostly overcast, few sprinkles, pleasantly warm. TOTAL MILEAGE: 132.1 miles All currency is in pesos. After running a few errands (including a camera stop- $50 each, a decent price- at the drugstore across from the hotel), we were on our way, to San Luis Potosi. We traveled through my favorite kind of scenery- high desert. There were a …
... mom picked me up around noon, and we went to their house for lunch. In the afternoon Eli took me to the local "Ghost Town". Cerro de San Pedro was a flourishing mining town hundreds of years ago, but became a ghost town when the mining collapsed, partly due to the lack of water resources. About 4 years ago a Canadian mining company began operations in the adjacent hills and mountainside, much to the chagrin of the few locals who still lived in the area. The incredible scarring of ...
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