04 August 2009

*Postcards* From Mexico

We are finally back home~isn't it always great to sleep in your own bed after a trip?! Now I'm busy getting tons of laundry done (Vince has another trip at the end of this week!), grocery shopping, menu planning and catching up on house stuff in general. You know~all that back-at-home-from-a-trip stuff:) I wanted to share a few more pictures from our trip though. We had such a wonderful time!

In case you missed some of the other trip posts and want to catch up, you can read about our trip down and arrival here, the anniversary celebration for my parents here and our trip to the Mayan ruins here.
not our hotel, but one that I thought looked so charming

a countryside refreshment stop~Mexican Coke is so yummy!

flower boxes
an old church
San Cristobal Church
Templo Del Carmen
on the square in front of the Templo Del Carmen
The Santo Domingo Church
inside the Santo Domingo Church
the rotunda of the Santo Domingo Church
detail of the front of the Santo Domingo Church
the Santo Domingo market
children in the marketplace
in the *sweets* market
the sweets market was swarmed with bees~it was crazy!
window detail on a house in Mexico City
my kiddos were in *Slug Bug* heaven all week long!
Mexico is a beautiful country with warm and friendly people. It was so good to be back there again. If you've never visited there, I definitely recommend it!


Michelle M. said...

What a beautiful trip!

My hubby has been to Mexico several times, but I have never. Even my parents have been twice since I got married. I am thinking I need to ask my hubby to take us sometime :)

Lora said...

Mexico is such a dirverse country, with many things to see and enjoy. I'm sure you'd love it if you get the chance to go!

Kari said...

Dad told me right before we left that he's stayed at that Hotel Alcatraz before.

Lora said...

How interesting! I'll have to ask him what it was like inside.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Beautfil photos! I love to visit church's of all faiths, wherever I go. God is in each one of them.

Mexican sweets are so good! I've tried them in San Antonio, TX. I hope to visit Mexico saomeday.