Mexico for the win, again. Zacatecas was everything we were hoping it would be. Narrow cobblestone streets weaved between beautiful, bright colored buildings. The air was crisp and cold, making our cheeks rosy. We nestled our camper in the back parking lot of a fancy pants hotel, layered up and heading it El Centro.
We spent a lot of our time there just getting lost in the city. Took lots of photos, stopped for coffee, enjoyed a taco or 10, peaked into a few huge and beautiful churches. The city was very clean, had quite a European feel to it.
The second day we did something a little more touristy. The mine tour. ALL ABOARD! We're in a choo choo train, wearing hard hats and about to drive INTO this silver mine. OOOOK. A 3 minute choo choo ride and we were in the middle, being guided through the mine. Really a pretty impressive tour. It was pretty interesting seeing the evolution of the mine and how the mining process changed over the years.
After the mine tour we feasted on more tacos and I stuffed my face with the 5 lb bag of candy Ken surprised me with a few days before.
Thank you Zacatecas for the memories. <3