Crowne Plaza Monterrey
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Today we were just casually chilling on our terrace when suddenly all hell broke loose around us, or respectively in the mountains close by. Luckily we were spared and stayed dry, and therefore we all had our cameras out to take some pictures. It took me about 250 pictures, but I managed to snap a few lightnings as well ...
... to walk a few blocks and then got to the Macroplaza. The museum was directly across the Palace of the government, and right were the St. Lucia riverwalk started. The St. Lucia river is an artificial river right in the center of Mty that connects the Macroplaza with the Parque Fundidora, a massive park in the city (that I have not yet been to). On that artificial river people can choose whether to book a spot on a little barge or just to casually stroll along the riversides.
... left) with a small group of people, and when we were driving out of the park, we actually got to see a bear!
The last time I had seen one was in Canada and that was many years ago, so I was really glad about that opportunity. And even though there is a sizable population of black bears here in the mountains, they are nonetheless rarely spotted.
The photos you are seeing are taken by Hannes (another German I hang out with) and ...
... therefore, instead of building a tunnel for the peasants to walk under the road, they decided to build a tunnel for the road so the peasants don't have to walk any steps. You think that’s crazy? Well, I agree, but as I and the other incoming students had to find out very soon, UDEM is not very representative of Mexico. It is a private University where basically only the upper class can afford to study. Every student has to pay approximately 1,000$ per course per semester, ...