San Miguel de Allende: Hotel Matilda
When you travel to a Mexican colonial city that has been designated a World Heritage Site, you might expect to stay in one of its well-preserved restored mansions turned hotel.
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Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico
#1 Mar 5, 2013
For anyone going to San Miguel and needing transportation to and from the Airports in Queretaro, Leon or Mexico City or to other towns and sights to see in the area, we highly recommend Reyes Ortiz.
He is not only a very pleasant person but a good businessman. He speaks very good English, is very knowledgeable and informative of San Miguel de Allende and the other cities, towns and attractions in this part of Mexico and has very reasonable rates.
He also gives tours to Dolores Hidalgo, Queretaro, Atotonilco, Guanajuato, Mexico City and other sites.
We used another transportation service earlier, then tried Reyes and we continued to use him for the duration of our trip. He was a tremendous help and delightfully informative. We will definitely be using his services everytime we return to San Miguel.
We Highly Recommend Him.
His Email Address is: [email protected]
Here are two links to his website and info:
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