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Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende
... 8217;s not
too late, you can check out the spot page. We’ll be leaving early, so for best results you best get up around 6am.
We all have been living well, enjoying our time, and a lot of the credit goes to Cathie. Cathie often
organizes our meals, (when the 4 of us are to do it) (Maria – Lynn takes care for Marcs shift I suspect) Cathie translates whenever one of us has a little trouble with the Spanish, she is our ...
... be about 10,000 English speaking people.
And most/many of them hangout in the same places.
The Jardin, the central plaza, is a big hangout
for the English speaking people in San Miguel,
and Mexicans too.... But there are many more and other English Speaking hangouts
in San Miguel - the outdoor Organic Market is a big weekly socializing event and place,
numerous restaurants where the English Speaking people eat
- The Monet, The Texas Longhorn ...
... Spanish library with a great reading program for locals.
We left the tour (the parade was slowing our progress) before the last stop at the Temple of San Francisco. (My mom has been inside the church.) It has a Spanish Rococo facade called "churrigueresque" and is ornamented with saint statues, St Francis being the highest on the facade. (He is above Jesus.. quite strange for a church frontage.) The interior, much less baroque, is quite beautiful with ...
... cart, found an aisle with no one in it a drew in a breath and exhaled a lot of the anxiety. I now moved on to shop for the other things that I knew where they were and took my time strolling the aisles, which is not my normal custom.
When I got back to the house, I did not explain to Sheila what all I went through but did hope that having purchased the rain coat that perhaps now the rain would let up. This is magical thinking, ...
... produce and ranches. All five of us were excited, but exhausted from the early wake up and attending the first two days of school at Sacred Heart Model School. Greg and I also stayed out late Friday night and four hours of sleep was tough.
Upon arrival at our first of two rental houses, we were welcomed by Barnabe, the houseman/chef, who had fresh guacamole with chips and Mexican wedding cookies waiting for us. He gave us a tour of ...