IMG_6850Our tour of the storefronts of Loreto continues. Like I said last time, I get a kick out of looking at these photos.

The colors are bold, and often reminiscent of art deco Miami… hot pinks, turquoise, and yellows all marvelously combined in sometimes eye-challenging form.

This is definitely part of the charm of Loreto. And behind each storefront is a welcoming owner with a story to tell, and laughs to share.

For a small town, Loreto has a good selection of restaurants and bars. We have not yet eaten at La Fuente.

'Ladies Boutique'

An Alamo Rental Car office, Loreto-style.

Is that a mortar and pestle?


Another Farmacia

El Pescador Loreto
El Pescador grocery store. We will have more photos coming soon. This is a very good store, and probably the most popular place to do grocery shopping in Loreto.

We noticed "Plaza Nautilus". Maybe next visit we'll have some time to visit.

One of the many boutique gift shops in Loreto.

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