La Casona De Los Vitrales
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Travel Blogs from Zacatecas
... restaurants spread their tables on cobbled streets, churches take a more elaborate turn and wolf-whistles are commonplace. Like some of the other colonial cities in Mexico, Zacatecas is not well known among the mass of tourist and traveling communities that visit this country. You won't find much English spoken here, although local people, restaurants and hotels will be helpful and friendly with any needs you may have (this may or may not apply at the ...
... sat a a table outside a cafe adjoining the seated audience. An amazing experience listening to a beautiful voice accompanied by a couple of bottle of Shiraz, Brought tears to my ears - it was either emotion or tears of laughter as Jen was dancing in the aisles.
We were joined by an Irish couple (first English speaking people we have seen) who were a lot of fun. Finished the sight with a cup of corn kernels, mayo, spices from a street stall. Yum
... their music and think their outfits are silly, but I do really enjoy the fat guy with the even fatter guitar and sometimes wonder if all the bands don`t use the same guy even though, like Santa Claus, he couldnīt really be in all those different places at the same time. Actually, people really get into them but they also know all the words. All I pick up is "mi corazon" and "mis sway-uh-yay-uh-ya-yos.`` (``suenos`` on a sustained note).
It`s a ...
... enjoyed the setting of the museum than the items on display. It is housed in an old convent partly in ruins with beautiful lansdcaping. And I would disagree with tripadvisor on this one… the El Eden Mine was a far more interesting attraction.
Driving in Zacatecas’ centro is not unlike many cities; they do love their one-way street in Mexico. But just outside of the centro and away from the newest infrastructure the streets can ...
Sat went to Rafael Coronel museum in an ex convent - as well as his paintings, it is famous for it's 6000 masks! After that, time to burn Judas - pinata like images, male & female, in the guise of people who are universally disliked, are suspended across the streets and blown up!
Splashed out to hear some classical guitar that evening, though unlike most events here, it was indoors in ...