Antiguo Meson de Aspeytia

Address: Pasteur norte num 25 esq Mortelos, Queretaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 76000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pasteur norte num 25 esq Mortelos, Queretaro, is near Plaza de la Constitucion, Acuatic Tulum, The Peña of Bernal, and Manuel Morales Workshop.
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    Travel Blogs from Queretaro

    The Day of the Death

    A travel blog entry by andycz on Nov 01, 2015

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    ... ale bylo procesje z muzyka I portretami Zmarlych .wielu ludzi tanczylo w pochodzie purupecha Indians wierza ,ze duch przychodzi tego dnia i dal tego czuwaja Cala noc. Na grobachbliscy krewni przynosza duze ilosci jedzenia dla Zmarlych. sa to rozne smokolyki ktore lubil ...

    Miraculous Thorns

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... in and heading upstairs. Through one of the doors to the upstairs circle, we entered the auditorium itself. The space was surprisingly minimalist and regular as far as theatres go. This is the place where the overthrown Maximilian was sentenced to death (in response to his earlier execution orders for several revolutionary leaders.) It is also where the current constitution of Mexico was signed in 1917. Continuing to take in the town, we passed some grand colonial mansions and ...

    Out of the Capital

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 22, 2015

    17 photos

    ... area, the surrounding buildings took on a more chaotic and temporary guise. Colourful and pleasingly scruffy neighbourhoods tumbled over hills. We passed a large statue of a woman with arms outstretched (presumably the Virgin Mary) next to the road. Having left DF, we found ourselves travelling up and down hills through a deeply green landscape. It felt like there is very little intensive farming in this part of Mexico. There were many rustic ...

    Everyday life as a TEC Student

    A travel blog entry by julietandthesea on Mar 13, 2015

    18 photos

    ... beginning of the semester you have the choice between uncountable courses and you can sign in before the regular students, so there is surely a spot in any class you want. Usually, each class takes in a lot of time. In my case, I signed in for Beach Volleyball (Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday) and for Climbing (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday). With both classes I am super happy – awesome profs and super teams. Anyhow, you have also the freedom to join any ...

    Kids Back in School

    A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 07, 2013

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... Finally, we remembered that at the corner of the market, there is a man who sells caged birds. Any birds that they can catch - cardinals, orioles, sparrows, parrots, canaries, zinzotles, doves, etc., etc. If anyone would have a hummingbird feeder, then they might. And they did! We now can watch our resident hummers funny antics, right in front of our kitchen window.

    Another day, I ended up with an unexpected, crampy stomach. Moctezuma wanted to come for ...