Fiesta Inn Queretaro
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Queretaro
... However, he didn't get very far and was soon returned to his quarters at the monastery, this time as a prisoner. The monastery has been used as a stronghold upon several occasions. Back down in the town centre, we visited several of Querétaro's spectcular churches. These fine edifices tell a story of a town that must have been phenomenally rich at a time when the moneyed aristocracy spent massive sums on places of worship. At the theatre, we spoke briefly to the guard ...
... of grass with scatterings of trees and bushes. Later on, the land became more obviously agricultural with well-defined, open fields and little rickety farm houses. There were even dry stone walls! The film being screened on the bus was a Bruce Willis number. Since it was in Spanish, we struggled to follow the story line. However, it was business as usual in the sense that Bruce Wills was playing the kind of sardonic action hero that we well ...
One of the most recognized Fiestas de Querétaro for its mysticism and tradition are the Fiestas de la Cruz of the miracles begin on September 13 with a large gathering of concheros dancing their chichimecas rites for all arcs, raising the Cerro de Sangremal to reach the Temple of the ...
... 12 hours notice we gave. We arrived and Gabi's mum gave us food and made us feel very very welcome. We set off to visit Queretaro which is an historic town where the Mexican revolution started basically. We found the centre being left as it was pretty much with all the colonial buildings and churches and lovely people. Afterwards Gabi found time, after work, to take us in her car and gave us a touristic tour of the whole ...
... to get to Gaby's place and crack open a few beers. Soon Jeffrey, a French traveller who is hitchhiking his way south from Canada, is cooking up a storm of crepes in the kitchen, the table is covered in empty bottles and Thalia is teaching me a new way of doing shots which involves covering the glass with your palm and drinking it upside down. Before long the table has been cast aside as the more important business of rocking out with inflatable ...