The El Sabinal Eco-Park serves as a relaxing greenspace spread along Salvatierra's defining natural feature: the Lerma, the second-longest river in all of Mexico. Stroll cobblestone walkways through landscaped grounds, take to the playground or exercise equipment, or maybe haul a picnic down to the riverside, which comes graced by Montezuma bald-cypresses. These hefty riparian conifers are locally called sabino and also widely known in Mexico as ahuehuete, which means "Old Man of the Water."
Salvatierra locals and visitors can both indulge in a little outdoor therapy at El Sabinal Eco-Park.
Chicken takes on an array of forms on this menu, which has a unique chicken sandwich as its... Read more