Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Tequisquiapan




Our little band of explorers visited an adorable, colonia town, Tequisquiapan. This little town's square was laid out beautifully. We had a wonderful lunch overlooking the square, listened to music on a type of xylophone (which was the beginning of the end for my husband) - it was a bit loud and methodical. After a lovely lunch we toured the square and the artisians market. The afternoon was short; but we enjoyed our time together and enjoyed visiting this little town. I particularly like the stained glass window in the cathedral - it is pictured above!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your children are so blessed to have you two as parents. No doubt you earned a great reward in our preexistence.

Bill and Diana Gooch

Jason said...

It looks like a great day visiting a fun little town. The stain-glass window is very attractive, and the architecture is great. Glad you had fun!

Aubrey said...

Hey! Love your blog. So I guess you are now in Mexico!? What an adventure for you all.

I'm so glad to have found your blog. Come visit me at mine.
Love you!

GramGrampsGazette said...

It looks like a fun place to visit! I love the blues in the cathedral window! Sounds like a fun day with all!

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Anonymous said...

I am very happy that the kids are doing so well. Please give my sweet
"E" a hug and kiss. The kids are soooo cute and all look the same. You
have a beautiful famliy. Take care and be safe!!!!

Ronda Collier