I probably had my expectations for Zacatecas way to high ; it's a beautiful city , but in my opinion not as beautiful as other cities in the area , Morelia, Queretaro, Guanajuato . What I found kind of disturbing , was the lack of pedestrian areas . There are lots of cars anywhere and anytime,way too many and most of them trying to oversound the next car with its soundystem . Anyway, that's the way I saw and felt it , but nevertheless we enjoyed our stay there and I managed to find the beauty and interesting spots of the city without being overrun by a car
Food everywhere, and it was good food
The carnitas in this place were spectacular.
People demonstrating for ever or on never ending strikes are part of almost every city in Mexico, looks almost like it is a nationwide well organized enterprise
I liked the Indio Alegre better, but this sign got my attention and got me thinking : Why would you put the word triste (sad) in your business name ? ?
Recycling operation watched from the balcony of our hotel room