Fiesta Inn Perinorte
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... every bite while enjoying the beautiful sounds of the quartet. It was the perfect romantic Mexican dinner.
After dinner we ubered it over to Jule's Basement, which was just like a speakeasy. It was in the back of this tiny Mexican restaurant and through a freezer door. Through the vinyl freezer curtains and down these dark steps it turned into swanky lounge. Definitely the place to be in Polanco. After that we wondered over to the Living Room Bar at the ...
... last few kilometres. As we arrived in Guanajuato, we passed though some of its famous underground streets. In the heart of town, the river was diverted underground through a wide tunnel. Later, this tunnel was made into a roadway with slipways in and out running under the historic centre. The walls of the tunnel were uneven, as if we were passing through a long cave. Pedestrians were using the route too. Emerging back into the weak, grey evening light, we saw a guy riding a tiny ...
... coming to life and we couldn't resist buying one. She posed proudly for a picture sat behind her wares. The convent itself is closed to the public today but, just outside, we chatted to a lovely Christian chap with bright, friendly eyes, who made us feel very welcome here. More than once, Querétaro has had all of the eyes of Mexico turned towards it. After the 19th Century war with the United States of America, it was in this city that ...
... via Dallas. No sign of JR but. Our taxi got caught in traffic getting from the airport to home. After stepping off the plane it was almost 3 hours before we stepped into our room! A big bit of that was waiting to buy pesos. The drive in was harrowing in the traffic but our driver was cool, calm and collected and gave us a guided tour as we went. And as a bonus he was listening ...
... Temple Mayor very interesting archeology site behind the cathedral. Bulldozed and discovered in 1980s I think and still uncovering more today. Museum interesting too. Walked back through Alameda park and along reforms and got a Wendy's as Jimena not back. Rained whole way but luckily not too heavy. Again wasted time chatting to vodafone and another late night! Didn't sleep great. Crazy thunder storm - so ...