The stunning Templo Expiatorio del Santísimo Sacramento in Guadalajara, one of the finest examples of Neo-Gothic architecture in Mexico...
Just a few blocks walk from Mexico City’s Metropolitan Cathedral you’ll find the Iglesia de Santo Domingo (Church of Santo Domingo) which dates back to 1556. It was one of the first monasteries to be established in New Spain after the Dominicans (an order of the Catholic Church founded in 1216 by the Spanish priest […]
If you’ve been following this blog (and why wouldn’t you be? SUBSCRIBE HERE), you’d know that my daughter and I traveled to Mexico for two weeks back in May. We started off in Mexico City where we visited its bustling Historic Center (pics HERE), the stunning Museo Nacional de Arte (pics HERE) and the holy […]
Back in November, my daughter and I were in Puerto Rico for a memorial service for my wife (her mother) who passed away back in September. We found ourselves with a free day so we decided to drive from Rincón down to San Germán to spend a few hours visiting the Porta Coeli Church (El […]