Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Travel Tuesday: Colonial Era-Charm ~ San Miguel de Allende

Take a trip with me on this #TravelTuesday to the magical, and quintessential, San Miguel de Allende! Just four hours from Mexico City, in Guanajuato, you will discover that this Mexican bohemia and historical gem is not just a small colonial town rich in history, but is home to the artsy. Known as an actual artists’ colony, Unesco World Heritage site, and the seat of Mexico’s 19th-century independence movement. GASP! The city’s historic centre is characterized by baroque churches, neoclassical casas, and cobblestone streets. Virtually free from traffic lights, mega-retailers and fast-food chains, The city has boutique hotels, a vibrant nightlife to add to its colonial era-charm, as well as festivals and folklore that seem to defy the passage of time. My highlights were The Matilda Hotel, Cumpanio for breakfast, and Aperimx, for lunch or dinner inside the luxury boutique hotel Dos Casas! Ladies and Gents, this is the perfect weekend getaway, I'm in love!

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