San Miguel de Allende

My good friend Elaine and I are traveling to the lovely city of San Miguel de Allende located in central Mexico. The main attraction of the town is its well-preserved historic center filled with buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries. It has become a destination which attracts artists and has become a cultural center. We are here for a painting, art, and cooking class, and walking tour of this historic city…right up my alley! We checked in, grabbed some tapas at a local restaurant, and took a late night stroll around the central square while the music from mariachi bands filled the air with the magic of the night. No doubt, tomorrow will be a day of surprises. I can’t wait to see this church in the daytime!!

 

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One thought on “San Miguel de Allende

  1. Nancy Sua-Lan Birge

    Your photo of the neo-Gothic Parroquia de San Miguel with it’s pink towers rising above the main plaza is very dramatic! I like the buildings distinguished by baroque Spanish architecture and the music from the mariachi bands filling the air! Your breakfast patio looks cozy, inviting!

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