Published On: Thu, Apr 13th, 2017

San Miguel de Allende: a photographer’s dream

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On  Tuesday April 4, Jody came up with a brief photo essay on San Miguel that was published by the Huffington Post.

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San Miguel de Allende (Photo: Jody Reed, Travel Writer/Photographer and Contributor for The Huffington Post)

Just down the road lies a little slice of heaven alive with activities, a rainbow parfait of colors and fun celebrating both spring and Easter.

Pascua (Easter), or Semana Santa, as it is sometimes called, showcases lively re-enactments, parades and a rich tapestry of religious activities for this sacred holiday.

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San Miguel de Allende (Photo: Jody Reed, Travel Writer/Photographer and Contributor for The Huffington Post)

This UNESCO World Heritage city offers a near-museum quality panorama of folkloric art from the nearby villages and towns with talavera, potteries, textiles and more. Artisans proudly display their wares, some uniquely designed for this special time of year. A photographer’s dream landscape awaits. Intellectual art, music and literary programs abound.

A multi-sensory extravaganza awaits your visit. You’ll be met by intimacy, divine art/architecture and a centuries-old culture with similarities to your own. And there’s no better time to go, since the peso is now approximately 21 to one dollar, stretching your travel budget.

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San Miguel de Allende (Photo: Jody Reed, Travel Writer/Photographer and Contributor for The Huffington Post)

A myriad tapestry of experiences awaits your visit. You’l be surprised by all the activities and scenes you’ll likely discover!

By Jody Reed for The Huffington Post

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/

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