San Miguel de Allende Listing No.92
  3 Bedrooms Cable TV
  2 Bathroom Prefer no children
  Experienced exchanger  Desired destination: Open 
  Occupations: Roland Salazar Rose, artist search under Roland Salazar Rose; Helen Rivas Rose; Director: Time of Year:  Open 2004

  Description. Located in Los Balcones overlooking the international historic city of San Miguel de Allende, our three bedroom condo offers the discriminating traveler an opportunity to relax, and enjoy the many artistic events that make San Miguel one of the 10 most featured cities in the World (Condo Naste). Maid service provided, for all household needs; she does not do cooking, and you should tip her for doing your personal laundry. The condo has balconies in the living and sleeping areas. Master bath has tiled tub and shower, other bedroom has shower facility. The home is tastefully furnished with Mexican and modern appointments. Fireplaces in rooms, but unnecessary. Gas space heating for winter months of January. It is Spring year round in SMA; with 7,000 feet, the warmth of the day is turned to cool at night, sleep under blankets, with always a slight breeze bringing in the fresh air from the surrounding mountains. To reach the downtown itself, walk down the very steep hill of Cuesta de Santa Jose, and in 15 minutes you are in the heart of SMA. There, you will have to decide on what restaurant you want to have dinner in, several have international reputations. For night life you can take in the theater, movies at the Library (DVD) and listen to music in the park. For this city is where San Miguel led the revolution for independence. The city is over 450 years old, and as a registered historic landmark city, the cobblestone streets, and only two story buildings are mandated by Federal Law. If you need to swim, there are pools in the many fine hotels that permit one to swim for a small fee, buy lunch and it is on them. Or, take a taxi to the hot springs and pools near by. Golf, yes, tennis yes, walks and horseback rides are also found in SMA. If you are in to reading and cultural matters the library is the largest English speaking library in Mexico. It is jewel with plays, talks, movies on art, and a restaurant that is a gem for its ambience, and food. Well that is a brief outline on SMA...if you want to travel from SMA to other Mexican cities, that's easy. Hop a first class bus and you can go anywhere, safe, reasonable and on time. No more chicken buses in the major cities, and frequent service is available anywhere in Mexico. Forget trains, of course there is air service too, and good. 
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  Amended November 2002