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We were impressed with the decor and upscale feel with reasonable prices. Our waiter was most helpful and suggested we order 2 different typical Zacatecas dishes: Then we had the elote pastel which he said was the most popular dessert like a delicious corn cake with honey and we loved it. We were so pleased that our food was typical and most delicious , not altered for tourist taste. I recommend the saluti restaurant as one of the best culinary options in the city of Zacatecas.
The dinner option for New Year's Eve was excellent but we decided not to do it because it overstated our budget. However we visited a day after and were entirely satisfied. The staff are very friendly and helpful. We tried pecan soup with oysters, chile stuffed with requeson cheese a local cheese with piloncillo sauce and pasta.
Much nicer than I normally eat in Mexico but well worth it. Gourmet Steaks and Italian food. Lo encontro I found it. Tucked away in a small neighborhood we found a great little Italian Restaurant and bar. On the way to the bar we asked the taxi cab driver if they ever got snow at this elevation of 8,?
We were greeted at the door and guided to our table and immediately two waiters rushed to serve us. All of a sudden everyone cooks and waiters but not us rushed to the front door which really had the only window.
As they were all men I just assumed it was a pretty girls as they had their cameras out. After a few minutes it all settled down and we finished the meal off with coffee and a Baileys. As we opened the door to leave we were amazed as it had snowed and the streets and cars were covered. I have included photo's. This teo-story restaurant which rarel opens until well after 2 pm specializes in Itlian ans Mexican dishes, Had good lasgna and Mexican porkdish with a rustuc very spicy salsa.
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Monterrey is a city I've been to now 5 times over the last 15 years. It feels to me sort of like a gateway to get to many parts of Mexico and beyond, if one chooses to enter by land.
I've long enjoyed the pulse of the city but shocking though it is to admit, I'd never been to el Rey del Cabrito or to las Grutas de Garcia, two omissions corrected this trip. The cost each way was pesos but split between two, really very reasonable. And the Grutas themselves unbelievable. The cable car is worth it on its own but then we enter the caves and instantly leave the 34 degree C dry heat for a 18 degree C moist cool of these caves which are like a cathedral such is their immensity.
With stalactites meeting stalagmites in columns or draping down almost like a pleated skirt, colourful displays bring a magic to the vast pale-grey roofed caverns which exhibit often a surprisingly gorgeous geology.
Since this is Northern Mexico, it should not surprise that some of the geology is interpreted to have a Catholic symbolism and that there's a Capilla de la Virgen de San Juan within the cave systems. Leaving the Grutas was a bit dicey as Uber would not pick us up there.
We hadn't the right change but the driver must have felt sorry for us and gave us the ride for free. Here are some pictures of the Grutas de Garcia. Jul 16th, , Loving your report, but no links to the pictures. Send a private message to schmerl. Find More Posts by schmerl. Thanks schmerl-- Also for letting me know you can't see the pictures. I uploaded via the Fodor's attachment option in the advanced options and interestingly enough, I see the photos I uploaded in the body of my report as hoped, so I wasn't aware something wasn't working.
I knew it was a recommended destination, but it was always a bit out of the way relative to my travel goals in central Mexico. Well, let's put it this way--I'm sorry I had not prioritized it more. The colonial center rivals that of the other great similar cities of central Mexico. My friend commented "like Guanajuato just not quite as colourful but replete with charm".
He'd not been to Guanajuato, so I added that it wasn't quite as mobbed with tourists like Guanajuato, a pity in a way, but not too surprising as the city is a bit more isolated relative to some of the further south destinations.
I've also never made it to Zacatecas, though it's been on the horizon for a long while. It is a favorite of a friend of mine, who lives in SLP. Looking forward to your report. I can see the 3 photos in post 2.
Send a private message to suze. Find More Posts by suze. Not to mention that you know I think SLP is pretty fantastic too!
Suze--Glad you're appreciating the photos! For only 80 pesos, I got that spectacular cable car ride plus a tour of the amazing caves. My friend and I were thinking about how inexpensive this amaze-balls to use my friend's expression experience was and how much more it would have cost in Canada.
I just looked at the Grouse Mountain Vancouver cable car price in comparison Daniel, it's amazing how much we're on the same Mexico travel page We just got back from a border trip in May which included 2 nights in Monterrey and 1 night in Santiago, just south of the city.
Indeed, Monterrey is a fascinating city overlooked by many. And this time we visited the Grutas, too. But last time we too stayed at the Ancira, which I agree is one of Mexico's classic hotels. Great location, just a few blocks from the Sierra Madre Brewery and the Macro Plaza where my wife enjoyed a great massage!
In the Plaza, not the brewery. As well, we stopped in Zacatecas, which I concur is arguably the most beautiful colonial city in Mexico. Similar to Guanajuato in a sense, but more 'handsome' if that makes sense. I'll do a trip report one of these days Last edited by baldone; Jul 16th, at Send a private message to baldone. Find More Posts by baldone. I was gonna post a pic of the Gorila, but couldn't figure it out.
It came out huge. Whow'd you do that? Originally Posted by schmerl. Send a private message to janisj. Find More Posts by janisj. Baldone-- I'm glad to have you in the chorus of ones who appreciate and have been to Monterrey and Zacatecas. By the way, when I went to check my photo settings, there's a tab entitled "recent" photos, and your el Gorila was there not too large either --so happy to hear you made it to those exceptional caves. One day, I must also go to the Cola del Caballo when in the Monterrey area.
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