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Last post 05-29-2008 4:05 PM by mike. 1 replies.
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  • 05-29-2008 1:52 PM

    San Miguel de Allende



    San Miguel de Allende's main plaza and cathedral.  


     

     One of the streets of San Miguel de Allende with cathedral in the background.

     

      Interior of San Miguel de Allende's cathedral.

    From the moment you arrive in San Miguel de Allende you will  sense the magical qualities of this unique colonial Mexican town. The colors, textures and especially the warmth of its people will make you love it. Touring the galleries, strolling thru the artist’s market, or just sitting on the gardens will guarantee an experience you won’t forget.

    San Miguel de Allende was named a magic town in the year 2000 thanks to its unique location, natural attractions, climate, architecture and historical traditions. In every corner of this town there is a site with a historical interest. One can also find incredible restaurants jazz theaters bars parks and squares that will make you want to stay forever.

     

    San Miguel de Allende is a blend of two cultures Mexican-American, you can listen to Mariachis in the park play at night while jazz and folkloric American dances go on in the bars restaurants, streets and squares. More than have of its denizens are Americans and there are many Europeans too.

     

    One of the many wonderful things about San Miguel de Allende is the friendliness of its inhabitants. Take a stroll through any one of our winding cobblestoned stress and it is very probable that more than one total stranger will smile and say “hola” or “Buenos días”. In fact, a wide variety of greetings from different languages are shared in this multicultural town.

     

    Hope you will come and visit soon too.       

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • 05-29-2008 4:05 PM In reply to

    • mike
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    Re: San Miguel de Allende

    That sounds like a great place. I love regions where cultures can really blend and compliment each other like that. What is the climate like there? And are there any interesting traditions celebrated in the city? Do you have any pictures of the gardens of the cathedral? I'm always interested to see how different the plants and flowers of different parts of the world are.

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