Challenge - Stay home, share 3 travel photos (Day #7) San Miguel De Allende. Mexico🇲🇽

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Challenge - Stay home, share 3 travel photos

Hi Friends


Continuing with the challenge series #travelathome, today I will travel in my memories to a colonial city in Mexico, San Miguel De Allende.

This trip was made on Christmas 2018, we went to know this city very famous in Mexico for the facades of their houses and streets of stone.

Continuando con la serie del reto #travelathome, hoy voy a viajar en mis recuerdos a una ciudad colonial de Mexico, San Miguel De Allende.

Este viaje lo hicimos en la navidad de 2018, fuimos a conocer esta ciudad muy famosa en Mexico por las fachadas de sus casas y sus calles de piedras.


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Because it is so famous and visited by many tourists, it was impossible for us to find a place to spend the night. I remember that we had to park the car far away from the center and we walked to look for lodging and a restaurant to eat. Of course, although we went through many hotels and hostels we did not find any room available. In order to eat we had to line up outside the restaurant and wait for a table to be available which was worth it, as the food in the city is very delicious.

Por ser tan famosa y visitada por muchos turistas para nosotros fue imposible encontrar donde pasar la noche, ya sabíamos que era difícil pero nos arriesgamos para conocerla. Recuerdo que tuvimos que estacionar el coche bien lejos del centro y caminamos para buscar hospedaje y un restaurant donde comer. Por supuesto aunque recorrimos muchos hoteles y hostales no encontramos ninguna habitación disponible. Para poder comer tuvimos que hacer una fila fuera del restaurant y esperar que hubiera una mesa disponible lo cual valió la pena, pues la comida en la ciudad es muy deliciosa.


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After lunch we toured the city center, there was no place that was alone, the amount of people was impressive, the streets were crowded with cars and people, it was definitely not the best day to visit the city. However it was worth it because it is a very beautiful city, with a lot of colonial architecture, surely in a time of low tourist demand can be better appreciated. At the end of the day we continued our way to Queretaro which would be our second stop.

Después de comer recorrimos el centro de la ciudad, no había un sitio que estuviera solo, la cantidad de gente era impresionante, las calles estaban atestadas de carros y personas, definitivamente no fué el mejor día pera visitar la ciudad. Sin embargo valió la pena pues es una ciudad muy bella, con mucha arquitectura colonial, seguro en una época de baja demanda turística se puede apreciar mejor. Al final del día seguimos nuestro camino hacia Querétaro que sería nuestra segunda parada.

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With love. Maria Ballesteros. 💜

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¡Qué impresionantes esas fotos! Algún día iré a México, es mi sueño @mballesteros. Saludos.

Claro Yecenia y yo aqui te voy a estar esperando para darte el tour.😜