We went with Wanda and we picked up a friend of hers along the way. It was easy to spend at least an hour just wandering around. We only spent 55 pesos ($4.40), for a battery operated travel alarm clock!
Candies and sweets.
Lots of food!
How about some hardware?
From there, we went back to Irwin and Wanda's and had some lunch. We decided to walk back to el Centro and find the little trailer park where our friends Paula and Jerry have been staying while they're here. Sure enough, we found them and said hello for a half an hour. They're on their way to Hacienda Contreras on Thursday, so we're going to be seeing them again when we return on Friday.
The Weber's Trailer Park and tennis courts in San Miguel has really only one benefit, and that is it's location so close to the central area. Otherwise, the sites are fairly tight and because it's difficult to get in and out of, you can really only get in there if you are less than 26' long. I think they only have 12 sites, and it was fairly busy. There were a few German units there...have a look at this tank...
Sure you can go anywhere, but would you really want to in this??
Then we went and wandered around the central area. It is an interesting place, with quite a bit to see. There are a lot of churches and cultural centers and art galleries if that's your thing.
Lots of side streets to explore.
Another side street.
The main church is gorgeous. We'll come back at night and get some pictures of it lit up!
And yet another.
We went into the Centro Cultural Ignacio Ramirez "El Nigromante" and looked at some of the artwork. Of course some of it we don't get, but there was one room that was kind of neat!
The entire room is itself the piece of art. We were having a good conversation with the security guard.
Made it back in time for a nap before dinner. Wanda and Irwin had two other couples coming over for dinner, and we had lots of lively conversation.
Fun dinner party with lots of good food!