Fiesta Americana Hacienda Galindo
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... in Queretaro, ending the Mexican-American War, and surrendering 55% of Mexico’s territory to the U.S. Third, in 1867, Austrian Archduke Maximilian was executed on a hill overlooking the city. And finally, in 1917, the Mexican Constitution was signed here.
... the sky cleared, we saw why the tourists indeed come there. See photos. We had to find our way towards Mexico city, and started on our way, eventually arriving in Tula. More on that later. But on the way, we were flagged down by man by the side of the road who had clearly just had a close encounter of his own. He was excited because encounters like this are good to eat. ...
... farmland nearby. We had a cookout on one along the river Lerma one day, and yesterday we climbed a plot on a hillside where we had a panoramic view of the town and surrounding countryside. There were more grasshoppers of many different sizes, shapes and colors than we had ever imagined, and we collected afew handfuls for Senora Lopez's birds and chickens. Today we leave for the city of Guanajuato, but it is not far so we will take our time qnd do some exploring on the ...
... land. People can walk about 1/2 way up the Pena to a capilla, a little chapel. In the photos, the chapel is in the area that looks like a little grassy area about 1/2 way up.You would have to be a rock climber to climb to the top as the walls are almost perpendicular. Apparently there is another little chapel at the top, as well as a cross. I wonder who put them there and when...
In the centre of the town, there was a visitor's kiosk. The girl in the kiosk ...
... The weather has warmed up a bit (low 20's), so the trip should be a comfortable one for them.
We will meet them in the fascinating city of Guanajuato. It was there that Father Hidalgo (a priest) led a mob of peasants and indigenous people against the wealthy Spaniards in the first battle in the Mexican War of Independence in 1810.
Diego Riviera, the muralist was born in this city. And, there is a museum of mummies.