Casa Inn Queretaro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 ...
Day 278 After a great shower, we had breakfast cooked fresh for us in the little dining area. We ate tortillas with potato, carrot and red salsa, with a sort of bean-based homous on the side accompanied by tortilla chips. This treat kept us full for ages. Querétaro's centre has several square miles of paved streets looked over by pastel coloured buildings. We headed up the hill towards the convent. Arriving a little early, we walked around the surrounding streets for a while. It is ...
... C3%ADnguez From the top of the hill in town, there is a great view of the old Spanish-built aquaduct. About a kiolmetre long, it spans the valley, overlooks the city, and would once have provided Querétaro's water. The gigantic structure is maintained in fantastic condition. In the square in front of the convent, an old lady in traditional garb with pigtails was embroidering and selling table runners. It was very satisfying to watch ...
... pinged with a reply! Gaby, a local CS host was unfortunately already full up for the night with surfers but would ask around for me with other hosts and even offered to squeeze me in if I had no other luck - seconds later I had an offer of a couch from a friend of hers, Miguel! I had barely sipped at my coffee and I had a bed for the night and plans to meet up with the local group that night for drinks and salsa dancing!
I had a quick ...
... traditions are traditions and Mexicans' love their castillos. So do we, but we stand far away from the structure, under a building if possible.
After a couple of hours of being mesmerized by all of the activity, we walked down the street to the Plaza de las Armas built in the 18th Century. It was a lot more peaceful there, in that lovely lavender-filled park. An orchestra was playing lovely music between the arches of a building on the square and a growing ...