Last Saturday we spent the evening downtown. We got plenty of exercise walking and saw many beautiful old treasures. Later, we met up with some friends, had pizza, and watched the fireworks. Hope you enjoyed the photos. If you are curious about the details Google the names I mentioned. There are many more places to see in between our Bible ministry and daily living. So much to do and so little time! We are incorporating this into homeschooling. It’s called history field-trips :-)
Good-night and sleep tight! Tina
Plaza Manuel Villalongin – across from Fuente Las Tarascas
Taylor, Sawyer, and Alexis – Our babies
Fuente Las Tarascas – famous Morelia landmark
Quinceanera in blue – our family does not celebrate birthdays but age 15 for many Mexican girls is very important
Me and my babies – wish I had Tristan in there too!
Quinceanera in pink – it symbolizes a girl becoming a woman and is celebrated more then her eventual wedding!
Acueducto – water system built between 1728 and 1730
Pretty stone pedestrian walkway with a church at the end but we only made it halfway
Another church in downtown Morelia, lit up at night
Catedral de Morelia – constructed between 1660 and 1744, complete with fireworks
My wonderful family, all squished together, enjoying a night on the town
More fireworks near the Catedral. They shut down several blocks for this little Mexican fiesta!
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