BEST WESTERN PLUS Plaza Florida & Tower
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the game, we went to a taco reataurant (for lack of a better translation), grabbed some food, and went to a lookout point to take in the view. On our way back to the hostel, we walked through downtown, and it was beautiful. I really liked it there. At the hostel, we rested a little and changed. Oh, the hostel was something else. I took pictures to show you, but the soccer team in Querétaro are the roosters and they took that theme to ...
... and had delicious pizza and a salad, along with the same cranberry-like drink we've had at "home." It's called something like jamaica, which I know is country also. I have yet to figure out what it is or what it's called in English. Maybe it comes from a plant in Jamaica.
Besides meeting some more people, I also got to see all my professors. They also had a little slide show, but I knew ...
... which are actually the old houses from the second Guanajuato. I don’t know what is with Mexicans and their desire to build cities on water but they really should stop doing that haha. But basically we spent a day walking around the city going to all the main sites, and one of the most well-known sites is the Callejon de beso. It’s basically two balconies that are super close together with a Romeo and Juliet type story. Essentially there was a ...
... enough of "can I have...? will you buy me...?" So they went home and I went back to the church where the band started playing again. I squeezed into a free spot on the courtyard wall between a woman and her three kids and a grandmother and heard some great music. Not religious songs but more along the lines of Big Band stuff, even in the church later on. I stayed until I could no longer ignore Mom's warning about hearing ...
... running over it and all sort of staircases leading down into it. The streets up above are very narrow and a lot of them are pedestrian only. There are basically two main streets running along the ex-riverbed and then a million little alleyways that climb the steep hillsides on both sides. The archictecture is pretty typical Spanish-colonial, but the way its laid out makes it light years more interesting than Zacatecas. Ever ...