Robin Talks about her adventures in Mexico, her travels and food.
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Christmas time in the evening in San Miguel
One of the most beautiful sights in San Miguel de Allende is La Parroquia, the Parish church right in the center of town, all lit up and the giant tiered Christmas tree made of greens, red Poinsettias and lights.
The jardin, the main plaza, is full of a variety of Mariachis. This guitarist certainly has a fancy belt on.
This mariachi group were playing one of my all time favorites, El Camino de Guanajuato.
Lights are strung all over the jardin, from one building to the next.
San Miguel sure is a magical place, day or night!
Robin is an interior designer and photographer who lives in Denver, Colorado. She loves to travel, especially to San Miguel de Allende and other parts of Mexico. She is also passionate about cooking and dining well. Robin has been traveling to San Miguel de Allende for over 43 years. A few times a year, she organizes small groups to tour San Miguel de Allende and the surrounding areas of colonial old Mexico such as Oaxaca and Chiapas. Known for her attention to detail, these intimate tours provides one a chance to join friends of similar taste and to experience Mexico's exceptional culture, endless shopping, savory cuisine, ideal climate and its amazing colonial architecture.