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Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende
... they were for sale, and she let us know that they were to help fend off the rain to her store. We walked around and were unsuccessful in finding one.
The rain was not a problem so we explored areas south of the Jardin that were on Sheila's list. We did stop at a dress shop that had some scarves that Sheila found familiar and we walked in and she talked with the staff. She found a pair of slacks that were very nice and tried them ...
... day" finding bracelets, earrings, and painted crafts for their friends. Thomas loved the artisan painted animals, especially his new bobble-head dragon. Julie was happy to supplement the kids' needs!
The craft market connects with the Mercado Ignacia Ramirez, where many locals shop daily for fresh produce, meat, and chicken and fresh flowers. Across the street from the food market is a line of butchers, most of them selling beef and ...
... waist high that has a two ft. shelf/ledge on it that gives me privacy when I am on the terrace. A stone/concrete/cement wall surrounding the terrace is a common feature on terraces in Mexico... Mexicans like their privacy.....What I like about it is that I can walk out of my bedroom onto my terrace and am in effect outside and I like to be outside in Mexico in the beautiful weather that they have here - I enjoy being outside here. If I ...
... very misunderstood by people outside of Mexico....
The Billions USA $ (some say 100's of Billions USA $) that the Mexican Drug Cartels
get from selling drugs to wealthy, rich Americans is used to help the poor
and the needy and the sick in Mexico... So the $ USA spent by Americans on Mexican drugs
is like making a charitable donation....
Also, Mexico avoided the recession that the USA went through and is still going through.
... three left very early to photograph in the morning light. We returned from our walk around lunchtime, had a bite and then relaxed until late afternoon and heading out again to explore another part of town.
The Church of the Immaculate Conception known locally as Las Monjas (the Nuns} still houses a small cloister of active nuns, the same order that founded the convent in 1754. The most ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet