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... for this town, because we both felt that this town was by far the most charming and delightful of all we had seen. Like Tequisquiapan, only with better color, an older feel to the colonial architecture, not having that heavy tourist feel, (though like many towns we have visited, clearly preparing for growing tourism. ) We only had 2 or 3 hours there, way too little, ...
... so there are plenty of hotels. Yesteday, we decided to go to an archaeological site a few km outside of town. We found ourselves on à cobblestone road that passed thru a couple tiny villages. The funny thing was that these villages had topes (speed bumps) when you could drive only about fifteen km per hour anyway. When we were clearly confused in one of these villages, ...
... day in Querétaro.
In the morning Alejandra and I started talking and made plans to meet for dinner that night, and then I made my plans for the day. Between my guide book and the map the hostel provided, I had a list of quick stops to make (churches, plazas, statues) and a couple possible museums. One of the stops was the Teatro de la Republica. Though now used as a theater, it has much historical significance as the fate of Maximillian ...
... drivers revved their engines and delighted in all the attention they were getting . It was something to see and hear. They were accompanied by church bells ringing, music blaring from open windows of the night clubs around the square, car alarms, couples talking and barking chihuahuas. Diego's magical voice resonated through it all. In a couple of minutes they were all gone.
... SULFC-esque insults started flowing out of her mouth, up until the point at which she was trying to shove the whole glass into her mouth and then graciously passed out, slumped, in the club's arm chair. Stone cold, down and out. Brilliant. After a good 45 minutes of letting her chill, we decided to try and get her out... after no responses, and another 30 minutes spent trying to hold her floppy arm around ...