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Thursday November 23 2017




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San Miguel de Allende Celebrates

This year Mexico commemorates the bicentennial of the War of Independence from Spain in 1810 and the Mexican Revolution a hundred years later. It seems as though the whole country is festooned in red, white and green, the colors of the Mexican flag mariachis are buffing their brass to honor the revolutionaries who liberated their country and a cac...

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Unique Art & Design Center: La Aurora

When you're visiting San Miguel de Allende, it's hard to tear yourself away from its colorful, cobblestone city center even briefly but if you're looking to do a little shopping, particularly for art, antiques or home decor, take a short walk to Fabrica La Aurora. Fabrica La Aurora is one of San Miguel's most unique destinations, a beau...

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San Miguel: Art Golf Love

The mention of San Miguel de Allende brings wonderful thoughts and visions of tranquility, Spanish plazas, narrow cobblestone streets and warm memories. This popular, enchanting little town is one of the string of cities linked together as part of the colonial route with historic reference to battles and events that shaped the independence of...

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Overview of Real Estate Market in San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende, formerly known as San Miguel el Grande, is now considered a world cultural heritage and a colonial jewel, immortalized as an ancient city. It is located 97 km’s east from Guanajuato’s state and 274 km’s from Mexico City. San Miguel de Allende has an extension of 1,537.9 kilometers, it barely represent 5% of t...

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Olé to Mole: Recipes and More

Some sauces are synonymous with their countries of origin – béarnaise from France, tomato-y Italian marinara, and intriguing curry of India. In Mexico, it’s mole (MOH-le), and Oaxaca is where it has achieved perfection. Legend has it that in the late 17th century a nun in Puebla, near Mexico City, wanted to honor the Viceroy for building a ...

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Mexico Civility Found in Jerez, Zacatecas

A fellow writer here in our adopted town of Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico, said to me once that surely a sign of civility of any town, anywhere, has to be in its plethora of parks, the benches within the parks, and how well they do maintenance within the park’s boundaries. I was thinking about this very conversation I had with my writing pal as...

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Real Estate Trends in San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende has been ranked as one of the top ten most desired cities in the world to retire in by several international publications. So, what’s happening with real estate in this colonial jewel? Here’s the latest from three experts’ points of view: Eric Chazaro, real estate developer of Rancho Los Labradores and an owner of M...

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182 Years of San Marcos: The Fair of Mexico

Make the most and discover why the fair of Aguascalientes won the right to be called the Fair of Mexico. Wander over its area of more than 90 hectares of vast and vanguardist bars and restaurants with multiple artistic and cultural performances. The “Isla San Marcos”, host of important exhibitions as the Expo-Ganadera (one of the largest li...

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The Golden Corridor: Gated Communities of San Miguel de Allende

The historic colonial town of San Miguel de Allende is attracting more and more attention from such prestigious publications as ABC News, Conde Nast Traveler and Money Magazine. It has been picked as one of the top ten most desired retirement cities in the world. That’s because the recently named UNESCO World Heritage Site seems to offer every...

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A Colonial Gem in Central Mexico

Some 500 years ago, the Spanish came to the central highlands of Mexico looking for silver and gold. Their settlements grew into bustling towns and cities, some of which still retain their colonial character in present day. Among these cities is the charmingly quaint Guanajuato, which has long attracted discerning tourists who come to Mexico look...

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