Expect to spend ALL DAY here if you love shopping for colorful items. I bought two large Talavera horses there, but they are wrapped up at my Uncle's house in San Miguel. I'll get pictures of them soon. But there are so many things to buy. Vases, napkin holders, salt/pepper shakers, soad dishes, cats, frogs, and much more.
Fondest memory: The people there are very nice and allow you to watch them paint or create something they are working on. If you have time, be sure and stop by one of the many shops that sell what they make. It's fascinating!
a nice sample of churrigueresc art...
here,on sunday the 16th of september 1810,miguel hidalgo,a priest,wrote a page of mexican history for independence,calling the people for rebellion...
Fondest memory: an aslept city,quiet and clean.