Posada Carmina Hotel
Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende
... I mentioned that it would be my birthday and the reservationist said, we will have cake for you. I never dreamed they actually would. What a surprise!!
I have had trouble uploading photos and have gotten way behind. So, here are a big bunch that do not relate to my birthday celebration at all. Enjoy and I will try to do better next time, now that I know better how to manage photos.
... and inter-city bus service is really great.
4. Because of the lower air pressure at this altitude, carbonated drinks foam much more when they are being pored into a glass than they do at the lower altitudes and higher air pressure of Ottawa, Canada (most Americans have never heard of Ottawa and have absolutely no idea where it is)..
5. Cooking stuff in boiling water or steam cooking things takes longer in the higher altitude ...
... hot chocolate for her throat; I needed some coffee. We then went home for her to rest.. Francisca was available to babysit Caroline, so we could make our Thanksgiving meal.
After picking Katie and Thomas up from school, Thomas and I dropped off our mashed potatoes, a couple bottles of wine, and a gift at the Abels. I promised Caroline that I would bring home turkey, stuffing mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie for her later. She laid in bed all day; poor thing!
... hummingbird feeders, etc. So fun! We picked out some new turquoise glass margarita pitchers and glasses.. and a few gifts. It was so inexpensive, less than $2 a glass! We peeked into the the factory; it was buzzing with workers everywhere and open fire pits ablaze.
For lunch, Greg and I ate at Luna de Queso, my new favorite sandwich place. I left for a meeting at school with the principal regarding the arts committee.
... s and the quiet is broken only by the sounds of the birds, the fountain and an occasional rooster.
Our first morning everyone was eager to get out and see the sights and we were anxious to get oriented, having arrived last night after dark. We find this location an easy walk to everything we could want or need. There is a great mercado two blocks away, filled ...