Sagrada Boutique Hotel

Address: La Mesita 11, San Miguel de Allende, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 37750, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on La Mesita 11, San Miguel de Allende.
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      Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Allende

      YSan Miguel de Allende, Mexico Experiences........

      A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Jan 12, 2015

      ... I put a lot of brown sugar on them....

      I am taking Spanish classes 3 mornings a week now - Monday, Wednesday & Friday,
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      And there is homework too....

      I was at a funeral of someone that I know.. A couple that had me over to their place for dinner a number of times... His wife, Doris, died last year, when I was away from San Miguel.
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      A Day Trip to San Miguel de Allende and El Grito

      A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Sep 15, 2014

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      ... Mexican style restaurant, that looked super cute from the outside and promised to provide us with an excellent cuisine. They hadn’t even opened yet, but they let us in a few minutes before they actually opened to get comfortable.

      Check out the pictures, the restaurant was amazing. And the food :O We ordered an All-You-Can-Eat ‘buffet’, or at least I thought it was a buffet. But turns out that we got a starter and a main and if we ...

      Touring the Town

      A travel blog entry by judytravels on May 07, 2014

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      ... but the same idea and purpose.

      Jack took us around for 2 hours, learning tid bits about San Miquel history and especially the 1810 revolution (to toss out the Spanish), the 1910 revolution (to get better access to power for the middle classes) and the 1923 war when the federal government grappled power from the Catholic Church. Now, the federal government owns the facades, forecourts and plazas in front of the churches and ...

      Xx - Mexico is a very interesting place...........

      A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Feb 09, 2014

      ... n, escorted by the military and federal police, on Saturday moved into the city of Apatzingán, the main bastion of the Knights Templar criminal organization.The vigilantes, working alongside federal forces, set up checkpoints on roads in and out of Apatzingán in search of members of the Knights Templar.Francisco Castellanos, a local journalist in Apatzingán, said that as of midafternoon Saturday, ...

      Mexico City, first time.

      A travel blog entry by richardlawton on Nov 24, 2013

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      ... Rivera. Very beautiful, we then made our way back on foot to the Milan hotel. Tired feet, abou 15 Kim's. Today we booked our trip to San Miguel by bus, that was an episode, thankfully we were helped A Mexican delivering ice to the shop, he was a great help. If any body is going to Mexico City, it is the safest city in North America, there is a cop on every corner. Every time we have bee stuck, we take out the lonely planet and people stop by to ...