We stayed in a one-bedroom apartment being rented by my brother-in-law for the week on Reloj, right by the Mercado de Artesanias. The apartment was very spacious, clean, and simply but beautifully decorated with dark-wood furniture, bamboo blinds, and the traditional brown tiled floors to keep your feet cool. We arrived on the day my brother-in-law was leaving San Miguel, so we commandeered his place for 3 days, enjoying the city views from the rooftop patio area, which included an ornamental fountain!
This rental accommodation also came with a water-filter system, television, DVD player, and a fully equipped kitchen. There wasn’t really anything lacking in this place. The location meant that we could run downstairs to the market and pick up fresh mangos, guavas, eggs, and bread for breakfast and beer for the evening to sip as we watched the sun go down over the rooftops.
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London, United Kingdom
April 21, 2005
From journal Eat, shop, and sleep well in San Miguel de Allende