San Miguel de Allende

29 Jan

Everyone has heard of San Miguel de Allende. It has been photographed thousands of times. We are taking you on our quirky view of San Miguel garnered on a short trip there last Saturday.

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There is a ping-pong ball in the mouth of “Grito.” Grito means “cry” in Spanish.

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These rain spouts extend from the roof just far enough to drip clear of the heads of passing pedestrians.

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042Note: The Spanish for “allende” is “on the other side.” We hope we have taken you there.

 

2 Responses to “San Miguel de Allende”

  1. Ursula January 29, 2015 at 7:33 pm #

    Judging from the colorful and artistic expressions in the city one can tell these are happy and creative residents.

    • Jill January 29, 2015 at 10:06 pm #

      We hear there are many artists among the residents of San Miguel.

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