Posada Carmina Hotel
Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende
... out more about the histories and experiences of others. Always, it appears to me, that our travel has brought us many unique and wonderful chances to met others and experience the diversity of thought and the similarity of the reflected experiences.
September 4, 2013
The focus for Sheila and me is to continue to explore the streets and stores. Sheila found a lot of information regarding restaurants through Kris ...
It is Friday. Greg and I have a double date with a couple from school, our Chicago friends. Julie has planned a kids' night and all three of my kids are looking forward to it. ("No parents are allowed at the house tonight.")
Julie and I stayed to watch the principal talk at morning drop off at school. It is such a positive experience when I linger at school in the mornings, like a snoop. I walk away refreshed from the energy of the children.
... proceeded to kick their legs or lift their arms in time to music. It looked like good practice for future synchronized swimming. I also saw some little boys waiting their turn to perform in Zorro costumes and another group dressed like lions. Too. Much. Cute.
Speaking of little boys, I was back at the preschool on Thursday and worked with the same 14 month olds. They are sweet little things ...
... Still, masses will be going on everywhere. Every church in everycolonia in town will be having its own celebrations, including at least one solemn procession during the week.
- Lunes Santo—Holy Monday
- Martes Santo—Holy Tuesday
- Miercoles Santo—Holy Wednesday ·
- Jueves Santo—Maunday Thursday ·
- Preparing for the Big ...
... is unique in Mexico and emblematic of San Miguel; the two tall towers can be seen from most parts of town and serve as a great landmark for those of us new to the city. Across the street is the Plaza Allende popularly known as Jardin Principal or the main garden and the site of many festival activities and evening performances.