3 In Travel

LAST DAYS IN SAN MIGUEL

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One of our favorite new places to eat in San Miguel is Cafe Rama.  A small tapas cafe near the Instituto de Arte.  Here are a few pictures from our evening there–but honestly, you can find so many cute little cafes now in San Miguel.  You would need a couple of weeks to have time to try them all.

This was a wonderful polenta dish.

Butternut squash pasta.

I’m always fascinated by repetition.

Graffiti.

This is the picture of the grounds of a very old and grand hacienda that has been turned into a bed and breakfast.

This bed and breakfast was very active in the local humane society, and I thought their cat adoption poster was charming.

So long San Miguel…..

  • Patsy Ann
    July 27, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    I have yet to visit San Miguel, but when I do go, it will be done your way–at least 10 days. My friends who have been there have never stayed more than three to four days at the most. In my opinion, that’s a pit stop. Not a real vacation.

    I hope it was a wonderful getaway for you and your family. Would it be to nosey to ask where you all stayed?

  • O D Y S S E Y
    July 27, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    I’m fascinated by repetition, too.
    You make me want to see San Miguel. I’ll add it to my (growing) travel wish list.
    The cat adoption poster is cute – I’d want to adopt them all!

  • judy ALDRIDGE
    July 29, 2012 at 4:17 pm

    Patsy Ann–there are so many cute hotels to stay in! You won’t have a problem at all finding one. There is a new Rosewood hotel that is stunning–a little expensive though. There are so many little boutique hotels too that are not so expensive–let me know if you go!!