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TONY GONZALEZ WENT TO MEXICO TO LEARN SPANISH. HE PICKED UP A LOT MORE THAN THE LANGUAGE
Like many Mexican towns, San Miguel de Allende is defined by two things: churches and bars. Tucked in the valley of the Sierra Madre, 267 miles northwest of Mexico City, San Miguel's most prominent building is the bizarre looking La Parroquia, a 17th-century church copied from French postcards and made of pink cantera stone. Depending on which local you ask, it's either a baroque masterpiece or a giant ...
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