Thursday, September 3, 2009

Morelia III

We stepped into this store in Downtown Morelia. It was an old building with a big courtyard, which was the main part of the store (the courtyard was covered). They sold all sorts of things, especially Mexican artesanĂ­as (typical artwork). I liked this place very much. They had calaveras (dressed up skeletons), leather bags, querubines (those strange angels that have only heads and wings), wooden boxes, so many nice things. Here are the photos...

There was this stone fountain in the middle of the courtyard.

Iron benches, plants, balconies.....I liked this very much.

Lots of candles, wooden furniture, religious paintings....

Calaveras, all dressed up ready for a party.

Wall full of querubines.

I love these wooden boxes. The colores are beautiful.
They have iron fittings.

So much stuff.

We enjoyed this place even if we didn't buy anything. Sometimes just looking is enough to feel satisfied.
I hope you are having a great week.
Hasta pronto.


Anonymous said...

Looks like a fun and interesting stop.

el dan said...

oh Angie, I remember walking with you in shops like these in SMA... "wow Sofi and its green!..."

its crazy here with the first weeks of school and the flat renovation still gooing on, but I hope one night we can talk...
muchos besos