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January 12, 2008
London, United Kingdom
April 21, 2005
The food market is a labyrinth of stalls where fruit, flowers, and other produce are stacked high above your head. There’s also a food court area where you can buy snacks and fruit juices. We stopped at one stall selling freshly squeezed fruit juices - mango, papaya, melon, pina, fresa, manzana, mamey, guayaba, limon, naranja, and zanahoria (15 pesos for a large fruit smoothie), which are made on the spot. In the food market, they also sell a variety of bags with Mexican designs and photographs on the front (70ps). We got one to carry our gifts home in, and the bag itself is a great souvenir.
From journal Eat, shop, and sleep well in San Miguel de Allende
los angeles, California
December 19, 2001
The market runs at an angle down three or four blocks and you can enter it at several spots - on Loreto, on Reloj and on Hidalgo. There are signs on the buildings nearby pointing the way. If you are at the Jardine, just walk north on Reloj and you can't miss it.
From journal Day of the Dead in San Miguel De Allende