Wednesday, June 30, 2010

2011 Itinerary for San Miguel de Allende

Meet Me in San Miguel de Allende

Join me in January 11 - 17, 2011 for a wonderful week in San Miguel de Allende. Experience the exceptional treasures of San Miguel; its beautiful colonial architecture, delicious cuisine, native culture, comfortable climate, elegant accommodations, endless shopping and outstanding service. A walking tour on Day Two with lunch at one of my favorite restaurants. One day will be over in Dolores Hidalgo and Guanajuato where we will experience the elegant architecture, the Opera House, Diego Rivera Home & Museum, ceramic studios and a sublime, gourmet meal. Another day we will visit two unique homes in the countryside and the Sanctuary of Atontonilco (often referred to as the Sistine Chapel of Mexico). A cooking class out at the lovely Rancho Casa Luna. Reception, dinner and live music at my home.
And much, much more!
Artisans & Architecture

Join me February 19 - 27, 2011 for a tour of a lifetime. I am offering an "Artisans & Architecture" tour for just this one time. Because of its depth and detailed planning, I will only offer this tour in the future for special group requests. We will spend a few days in San Miguel de Allende. Then leave the rolling hills & mountain ranges of San Miguel and head off to the wooded mountains of Patzcuaro in the state of Michocan.
We will tour Patzcuaro and the surrounding areas.

We'll visit many of the 16th century painted chapels and old monasteries that were part of the Bishop Don Vasco Route.
We will venture out to small villages where you will meet many of the artists; master weavers, artisans in Ocomicho that create the bizarre clay scenes, the craftsmen of the large clay pots in Cocucho, the studio of Juan Torres known for his Catrinas, visit the town of Santa Clara de Cobre where the artisans are known world wide for their copper work, just to mention a few.
You will see more indigenous people in their native clothing in this area!
Back to San Miguel for a cooking class out at Rancho Casa Luna and a day on your own to explore, shop and relax. And much, much more.
Please let me know if you or any of your friends would like to join me next year. Space is limited on both trips and I will need to secure our lodging as soon as possible. Since my party last Friday night, I already have some people signed up for both trips! Buena viaje.

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