Gran Hotel De Queretaro
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... some beautiful garden squares. The cathedral is surprisingly small and plain relative to many of the other churches nearby. Stopping for a drink and a light lunch, Ben ordered a traditional (if cheeseless) dish of mashed black beans on half a ciabatta with a spicy salsa. It was delicious. We chatted to the woman who runs the cafe (who spoke fantastic English) before returning to the hotel to collect our bags and heading towards the bus stop. As we watched legions of buses drive ...
... nights in Puerto Escondido. A small coastal town renowned for its surf and laid back beach culture. Through forward planning Mandy had commandeered us an awesome two story apartment on Zicatela beach complete with a private pool. Pure luxury.
Our agenda was blank and that was just fine with us.
The first day was spent relaxing in our comfortable digs, catching up on sleep and recovering from colds. After a slight injury to yours truly ...
... margarita in a glass the size of her head that she could hardly lift - whilst Gustavo instructed Paul in the local way of drinking tequila. You put some salt on a piece of lime, squeeze that into your mouth, have a swig of tequila and then wash it down with a gulp of tomato juice that tastes a bit like ketchup. It'll take a while to get used to drinking tequila like that!
The food was delicious and there were some Mexican musicians playing away in the background, ...
... hill sits a beautiful pink chapel which was built by the Austrian government in 1901, marking the palce where the execution took place.
Above the chapel is a museum, and a huge statue of President Benito Juarez, which was built by the Mexican government in 1967.
The hill was called The Hill of Bells because of the large stones that were found here. If you hit the stones with another stone, they ring ...
... to different periods and cultures in Mexico's
history. The first room was interesting as it intended to show basic
human evolution and development. Hilights for me were the rooms
showcasing Aztec, Maya and Olmec. The Aztec room was massive and with ...