Friday, March 5, 2010

Wed 2/17/2010 - TLAQUEPAQUE

A Sedona landmark since the 1970's, Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village contains over 40 unique shops and galleries, with four award winning restaurants. It has stunning landscaping and Old-World Mexican style architecture. Weddings, Receptions and Special Events are held in this beautiful setting.
Keith was just trying to make a deal with this elk.

Barb just laughing at Bob making a funny by holding in his tummy... Cute!!!

Bob is about 6 ft. - just take a look at these carved doors! Very impressive.

I took this photo thru a glass door as it happened to be closed....but isn't it beautiful?

The beauty of these shells is indescribable.
Looking at the cars in the parking lot, we were told that about a month ago they were floating because of the flooding caused by all the snow and rain.
Check out the tree - allowed to remain undistrubed growing inside the building.

Very unique way to display garments for sale.

All trees are left wherever they grow...the buildings are built around, it's not unusual to see trees in the middle of any room.

Oh, John, Look at Papa ....hugging this BIG TEDDY BEAR...

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