Posts tagged "Guanajuato"
Snaps - February 2015

Snaps – February 2015

Our monthly collection of snaps from the digital cutting-room floor. Previous months can be found at this link.     To our shame, we became a little blasé about Mexican churches after a while, but our eyes were still regularly caught by the breathtaking detail on the best of them. This is the cathedral in...
Two breaks for the border

Two breaks for the border

North of Mexico City lies a string of pretty old cities, settled by the Spanish in the 16th century as they mined the region for silver. Of those we visited, the most personable is Santiago de Querétaro, a checkerboard of squares and churches connected by immaculate residential streets. The most captivating is Guanajuato (pictured above),...