Though I have lots of pretty pictures of colorful San Miguel de Allende, this is not a “travel blog” post. There were many scenes that I savored, especially the iconic La Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel, viewing in varying lights during sunset from a rooftop bar.
OK, I’ll include just one of my photos of that gorgeous church, with the recognition that none of my photographs (nor even those of the professionals) can capture the feeling of awe it inspires.
The moment that was the most special to me in the presence of this pink masterpiece, was with Chris on our final night in SMA. We had just enjoyed a delicious seafood dinner at Hanks, a memorable “New Orleans”-style restaurant, recommended by Kathy and Vic, an Australian couple we’d met earlier that day.
Chris was in a particularly smiley and satisfied mood. When we left the restaurant and were strolling through El Jardin, he spontaneously grabbed my hand and twirled me around to the music of the mariachi players.
It was just a little dance move, but I love dancing, and the sweetness of that spin in such a romantic setting was a fairy-tale moment.
Full set of Microadventures in Mexico City / San Miguel de Allende:
Microadventure #40: Dancing to Mariachi Music in San Miguel de Allende
Microadventures #41-#43: Learning from Chris
Microadventures #44-#45: Meeting Seth and Nik in Mexico City
Microadventure #46: Home Exchange Casita in San Miguel de Allende with Julie and George
Microadventures #47-#48: Meeting Expats from GoWithLess
Microadventure #49: Hot Air Balloon Ride over San Miguel de Allende
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