You can view the first part of my trip to Mexico on my San Luis Potosí, Mexico Part 1 post
I’m back with more photos of San Luis Potosí, Mexico! If you missed my last post on San Luis Potosí, Mexico (check it out here), I explained that I went there for ten days with my sister and parents for my sister’s junior world racquetball tournament. San Luis Potosí isn’t a tourist destination at all, so it was a great place to get a really authentic Mexican experience. It was a beautiful town, and I highly recommend it if you’re looking for a place in Mexico that doesn’t have any tourists (I saw a total of two tourists the whole time we were there).
This is the second part of the photos I took in the area around the hotel and tournament, and next I’ll be posting photos of the beautiful Old City! 🙂
You may have see this car in my sneak preview post! My alma mater, Meredith College, has a crazy tradition called Cornhuskin’ that’s hard to explain (as we say, “you just have to experience it”), but seeing these cars made me so happy!
I think these were stray dogs, and it was really sweet seeing them all sleep in the sun together
There were lots of beautiful, ornate benches
I’m not sure why, but there were TONS of old VW bugs all over!
Rooftop restaurants are pretty amazing
I kept thinking of the quote “So many cacti!” from Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt because there really were so many cacti all over the city
The carvings and ironwork were so beautiful!
I LOVED all the colorful tiles everywhere!
I finally found something with my name on it!
The view of the sunsets from our hotel roof were beautiful
Have I convinced anyone to visit San Luis Potosí, Mexico yet? 😉 Stay tuned for photos of Old City next week!
You defo make me want to visit Mexico even more.. Your photos could be postcards they are that good!
Thank you!! 🙂
I love visiting Mexico for its colorful culture! Those tiles are ridiculously amazing! Wish I could decorate my house all over with them.
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I love the colorful culture, too!
Love the cacti and colors of the wall! My two best friends are from Mexico and I’m really hoping to visit them soon!
It’s a great place to visit! Where in Mexico are they from?
I am soooo convinced !!!
I have a thing for VW bugs . That one with the elote is hilarious !!!
You have captured the city so well and I loved traveling along . Thanks so much for sharing !
Thank you! 🙂 I love VW bugs, too!! There were so many in Mexico!
I love the vibrant greens of the city; it looks so relaxing. Also, that door knocker is amazing. But my favorite part about this piece (and maybe Mexico in general) is how they mix those skeletal figures with vivid colors in backgrounds architecture. It’s just so aesthetically pleasing to me.
I hadn’t thought of that before! It is interesting how they mix bright colors with those figures!
These pictures are awesome. There’s nothing I love more than colorful buildings! I need to visit Mexico soon.
Thank you! 🙂 Yes you should visit!!
Love the pictures of the corn truck and the skull door knocker. So cool!! Also nice to see a culturally authentic area of Mexico that I can visit. Also hope your sister did well in the tournament!!
Thank you! 🙂 She didn’t get first place, but she did really well!
I love the gallery, Julia! It’s amazing the history you can witness in some parts of this wonderful world. And Mexico is full of beauty.
Thank you! 🙂
Interesting juxtaposition of the well kept buildings with the dilapidated walls. It’s very stark to see the two side by side. I’d visit here. Why is it that all these cities outside of the US so rich with visible history? It’s like you can see the age and heritage written right into the streets.
I know, I love seeing all the history in cities around the world since the US cities lack so much! I would definitely recommend visiting San Luis Potosi if you get the chance!
I love how colourful the photos are. It looks amazing.
Thank you! 🙂 It is an amazing place!
I love all of the detail shots. Thanks for the tour of San Luis Potosi, Mexico!
Thank you! 🙂
Wow, these are amazing! I love the shots of the colorful tiles around San Luis Potosí, Mexico. I look forward to your next post with pictures of Old City.
Thank you! 🙂
Wonderful photo montage. We’re heading to Mexico this year and can’t wait! Your post has provided more inspiration to head to areas that are off the grid!
Thank you! 🙂
I just want to take all those dogs and beautiful tiles home with me – beautiful pictures!!
Thank you! 🙂 I do, too!!
That door knocker is so scary!!! It would be perfect for Marley in A Christmas Carol.