Real de Minas San Miguel de Allende
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... drink vendors had booths under a big tent, selling small bites or small sips for 20 pesos each, about $1.75 or so.
Our cooking school chef Juan Luis was serving margaritas; Olio Fino, La Parada, Gelato Italiano, Hotel Minerva, La Tomato, Luna y Queso - they were all there dishing up tasty bits.
For no more than $8.00 each we ate and enjoyed good flamenco music. Another lovely day in San Miquel!
... I was surprised to see inviting looking cheese shops, an olive oil/balsamic shop, a meat market, a fish market and several places selling rotisserie chicken (take out dinner!).
The Mega-organic market split between Mexicans and expats is carried over into most commerce in the city, it seems, Mexicans in the practical, daily living shops; the expats in the tonier restaurants and establishments.
... I was on a tight budget - but I still had enough money to do the things that I liked to do - like drinking...
When I was in University, my university friends agreed that it was nice to not be really poor
- that we could go out and buy a chocolate bar and a Coca Cola (I have not changed much over the years) if we felt like it, or go to a movie, etc. - and drink of course... and do other things..
Occasionally I think about taking a trip to Europe or India - which ...
It is St. Nicholas Day today! So just like at home, my kids put out their shoes and boots for a visit from Old St. Nick. Yes, he made it to Casa del Quijote! Katie, Caroline and Thomas were all eating candy canes, mexican caramels, sugar pops, and other candy before breakfast this morning. St. Nick even brought them a little money. (It was a slow morning because they all stayed up late last night watching the NBC remake of "The Sound of Music").
San Miguel ...
... bags. We really enjoy Bonanza, a local grocery store in Centro that has American products.. we were so excited to find Libby's canned pumpkin! The little things.... I was happy to find fitted, handmade Mexican white blouses and ponchos.. the handmade textiles are exquisite. Now, I am looking for Christmas gifts..
It was a girls' lunch at Cafe Rama on Wednesday and breakfast with Moni at Cafe de Parroquia on Thursday. (She talked her way ...