Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Casa Zazula in San Miguel de Allende -#Travel, #SanMiguelAllende, #Mexico

Hello, dear Readers, I'm in San Miguel de Allende, in Mexico, a UNESCO Heritage Town with well-preserved Spanish-Colonial houses. We're staying in a 300-year old structure now reincarnated as the Casa Zazula. Owned by Kathy and David Zazula, the house has an indoor courtyard, and a fantastic rooftop room and garden with a view of the Parroquia of San Miguel Arcangel. The details in the house are incredible, with antique baptismal fonts now used as wash basins, and a 300-year old fountain gracing the indoor courtyard.  The house is featured in the coffee table book,Casa San Miguel

Here are some pictures of the house. I'll be blogging more about my visit to San Miguel, so stay tuned. The group picture shows l-r: Hilary Walling, Cecilia Brainard, Lauren Brainard, Doug Noble.

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     This is all for now,

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