Best Western Tequisquiapan
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... The food is wonderful, the service is top Mexican notch and the atmosphere is exactly what you'd expect from a Mexican town.
After lunch all we could do was walk around and discover a bit of Tequis ... it is a charming and colorful town. As in most of Mexico towns Tequis also has a Portales area where you can find everything that you can imagine: food, drinks, people, arts and crafts, candies, Mexican snacks, oxxo, music, tourist ...
... as they do not allow you to climb by yourself if you do not have a certain certificate (even though you have done it before). Nevertheless, Mexiko is much more relaxed and its still super safe. Already in the first weeks at the TEC, I got into lead climbing and familiar with different safety systems. Now, I have found the best option for me and will definitely look for some climbing partners back in Europe. (Verena (: )
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... quando si passeggiava per il mercato del cibo che era pieno di gente nativa che non aveva neanche da mangiare.Quindi sicompri qualcosa a qualche bambino che ti chiede del cibo,ma po' come fai a non pensarci per il resto della gironata/serata?Mah,credo solo sia l'inizio di un aspetto di questo viaggio che purtroppo mi fara' in qualsiasi momento sentire sempre piu' triste e sempre piu' forte nel realizzare la mia scelta di vita nel restare fuori da un sistema oramai crollato.
... helping me out and he told me my best bet was to go back up the road 15 minutes to the next town of Ezequiel Montes. He was right. I found something suitable but what really chaps my thighs is that my 20 minutes in a cab was more expensive than the 3 hour bus ride earlier that day. So I gave up all hope on keeping this weekend cheap and decided to get drunk.
The next morning I am head to Tequis to check out the fair. I jump in a shared cab, ask how much for a ride, and ...
... the storm - few cars or people and no one in a hurry.
We walked through the cemetery, trying to find the oldest gravestone. The cemetery was too big and crowded with graves for us to easily look around, so we just did a loop and went on our way.
In the early 20th century, the Mexican president passed through Tequisquiapan on his way to the city of Querétaro. He announced that the town was the “geographical center of
the country.” A monument ...