Parque Natural Mexiquillo


San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende, a colonial-era city in Mexico’s central highlands, is known for its baroque Spanish architecture, thriving arts scene and cultural festivals. In the city’s historic, cobblestoned center lies the neo-Gothic church Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel, whose dramatic pink towers rise above the main plaza, El Jardín. 

Entering San Miguel. See the church spires in the distance?

We went down town to see the lights.

Many people were out enjoying the beautiful evening.

The light make everything so magical.

Today we hiked up the hill to an overlook.

Me, Kevin, Ruth, Denise, and Bob 

The view, the view.

Heading back down to the plaza

This building is some kind of cultural institute. 

The Lombard street of San Miguel

Peeking is open doors.


Ruth recommended the Molcajete de Arrachera. The lava bowl come steaming hot with beef, cheese, avocado, shallots, cactus, peppers, and sausage. It was delicious.

A pro at work. I wonder if he is creating images for the couple or for a commercial purpose.

Another tall woman.

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