Suites & Spa Dona Urraca
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... San Miguel and stayed and got married. in 1990,
and started the Warren Hardy Spanish School in the same year...
They have several parties every year that I go to...
They bought some land in 1990, on which they have built their house..
The lot was/is about 3 acres in size...
They paid about $3 per square meter for the land in 1990
and it is now worth about $200 per square meter, not a bad return on an investment..
Both Warren ...
... but more on that later.This entry is about San Miguel.
We headed there on Thursday. It's only 40 km or so, and an easy trip. As usual, the hardest part about driving around Mexican cities is finding parking, but we found a place several blocks from the city center. This is an extremely beautiful and charming city, and it is clear why so many gringos have settled here, which is also why prices are high. Many streets are narrow and cobbled, ...
San Miguel de Allende is a beautiful town.
We had the pleasure of visiting our friend Andrea, who spends about a month or so each year there.
To all our friends and family, I would definitely recommend San Miguel de Allende as a place worth visiting. Especially so as an introduction to Mexico. Deemed an UNESCO World Heritage site, the town is kept small, colonial, and historical. (I even read ...
... houses were directly beside the road on both sides. It made for an exciting trip up the mountain!
We had great conversation with Abbey and Ray on the way, making the time fly by. They are also from New York--by Albany and we had much to talk about. At the top of the road was a field with open tents set up on one side, filled with tables. Several women were there, prepared to cook. We took time to eat a taco breakfast before heading ...