We had a full day in San Miguel on Sunday, and started off with a great breakfast at a sidewalk cafe called Ten Ten Pie. After breakfast, we wandered over to Parque Juarez and browsed through the plant market. We couldn't really buy anything there, so we shopped our way over to the Instituto and through town to the main arts and crafts market, toured churches, and ate and drank the day away. We met up with the Colville Rotarians for a pre-dinner happy hour and finished out the day at Pegasso for dinner. It was still a little too early for bed, so we picked up some playing cards before heading back to the hotel, and sat up playing Hearts for a few hours and chatting. It was a very relaxing day!
Oh! I almost forgot to mention that it was Carnival today, and San Miguel has a unique tradition where they smash eggs filled with confetti on everyone's heads. We got in on the action (whether we wanted to or not) and we covered in confetti before the night was over.
Los colores de Allende
At the plant market
Shopping and ice cream!
Fountain at el Instituto
Mural at el Instituto
Group photo at el Instituto!
I guess I really liked el Instituto!
Colorful churches, inside and out
Welcome to the artisan market, where you can get copies of keys, beef, chicken and goat all in one easy location!
Rooftop happy hour with the Rotarians
El Parish at night
Lynn, aka the Flash, exacting retribution on a local child that had egged her one too many times!