Thursday, March 1, 2012

More Centro Sightseeing

On a totally random Tuesday, D took Little N on a little Centro exploration. We did a quick walk through the Jardin de la Reforma, with a plaque dedicated to the great reformers.

Since nobody had wanted to go to the museum with her on previous visits, Little N was happy to accompany his mommy. We visited the Regional Museum of Guadalajara (Museo Regional de Guadalajara) which included a short history of the region through the ages. It had paintings, various artifacts and the highlight was a mammoth display!

We then continued on the Palacio Municipal (City Hall) to see a few more murals by Gabriel Flores that depict the foundation of the city.

Our last stop was the small Templo de la Merced, with it's white facade and ornate gold interiors.

Before our trip was over, we met up with M for lunch at La Chata with its consistently good food and service. We're thinking it's time to branch out, but just can't miss the opportunity to re-visit this place.

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