Gran Hotel De Queretaro
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... having coffee in the nearby restaurants.
Streets were being blocked off. Stores around the Teatro had to remove their signs. Graffiti was painted over and streets were scrubbed. We think that store keepers were given a list of things that they had to do.
On the day of the ceremony, all upstairs doors and windows of buildings around the square were opened. Every form of security guard was visible. Federal police stood around the square in riot ...
... by the Diego Rivera mural museum and listened to a children´s choir, complete with full band of guitarists, harpist, and pianist...and it was FREE! We walked back to our colonia which was interesting....today really proved the stark contrasts that exist in this city: tradional vs modern, poverty vs luxury, tranquility vs chaos...but after it all, I have the same feelings about this city as I did for Buenos Aires---there´s a lot to love!!
... br> try traditional foods
Visit the Conca mission and the millenium tree
Las Adjuntas Ayutla
Lunch beside the river
Afternoon and dinner
Saturday March 31
drive to the Tancama archaelogical site
visited Mission and museum in Landa de Matamoros
ceramics workshop in Soledad de Guadalupe
Lunch in San Juan de los Duran
stay in an eco-cabin
Swimming and rest
Dinner and ...
... just in front of the Pyramid of the Moon. This pyramid was much smaller than the Pyramid of the Sun, but was more gracefully proportioned than its hulkish brother. Andy climbed as high as was allowed, and from the top and had a great view of the city, along the Avenue of the Dead.
It was getting late in the afternoon, and we were both starting to feel very tired, so we decided to call it a day. We made our way back to gate one, where we paid ...
... I have to show my passport. But my phone works now. Just not much time on it. But apparently if someone calls me, it doesn´t cost me. So I guess that is good.
And then we get my pictures and we all go to this place called Italliani´s which has specials during the week where you can get salad, bread, and a main dish and a drink with REFILLS...for 99 pesos. Amazing! Little less than 10 dollars for a big meal. And then we leave and I go home. SO tired. so good ...