Villa Del Arcangel
Travel Blogs from Dolores Hidalgo
... a native born Pozon, took us on a two hour tour. For $400 pesos, he jumped into our rental car and directed us to the outskirts of town, the area of some abandoned silver mines located a mere ten minutes from this ghost town. In broken English, we learned that in 1576, the Spanish discovered silver and some gold in Pozos hills. Off exploded the silver mining industry for nearly four hundred years! Most of the mines went "belly up" in the ...
... Xoti is not a new water park with high tech slides like a Great Wolf Lodge. It has a large lap pool, a warm pool, and a handful of slides. We choose a thatch hut (there were several) to place our belongings. All around were numerous manicured trees.. palms, cypress, mesquite, evergreens and hedges. Lucky us, it was VERY empty being a weekday!
The kids started running for the slides. The Racer slides were super fast, if not ...
... holes and realized that these are not open yet. Also, I was interested in finding my friend Javier, my caddy cabbie from my last visit here. No luck so far, but I will keep looking. When I got to the Mega store, I picked up some supplies and took a cab home.
Sheila and I are taking our time setting up the casa and looking into what plans we may develop over the next couple of weeks. Gail Tobey has a beautiful platter from Puebla ...
... outskirts of town every Tuesday and rotates to neighboring cities on different days.
We hailed a taxi. (Taxis are a very convenient means of transportation here. One easily tires of walking the hilly cobblestone streets and there are plenty of taxis.) It was a quick 10 minute ride up atop the hill that overlooks San Miguel. There was a very large crowd at the open air market and we were some of the only gringos in attendance. We were on an ...
... ain’t one of them!
We’ve been doing some volunteer work with kids and art on the weekends, and we’d love to do more, but many of the organizations here working with kids need Spanish speakers. The poorer children don’t get much of an education here – they actually need help with Spanish. I’m going to meet with a group that runs a free pre-school ...
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