Holiday Inn Queretaro Zona Diamante
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The city was founded in 1531 by Franciscan monks. It is both literally and figuratively an important crossroads of Mexican history. Four of the most significant events in Mexico’s history took place here. First, plans for Mexican independence from Spain were hatched here in 1810. Second, in 1848, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ...
... 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, ...
We bussed from the Queretaro bus station to our hostel, dropped off our things, then went out for some late night tacos. Absolutely delicious. I don't think Mexican tacos could ever get old. Then we fell asleep. In our dorm room...not at the taco stand. Our hostel, the Blue Bicycle, is run by three middle-aged women and is spotless. There is a terrace overlooking the city, hot showers, towels, a delicious breakfast, ...
... waiter saw me, looking a down, as I was leaving, and said, "Animo!" like, "Keep your head up!" Mexico had been eliminated not too long before that, so he understood. Since the game went long, I didn't have as much time as I thought I would that afternoon. So, I decided to just wander the streets for awhile before heading back to the hostel. It was great because I would be taking in the scenery and ambience and then turn the corner and suddenly recognize where ...
... are made available, musicians sing songs about their issues and artists display their posters and banners that illustrate their concerns.
Diego wanted to present his play in the park, which usually would involve written permission and permits, but because it was tied into Yo Soy 132, he was hoping that no one would bother him and just let him perform.
We went to the park at 7:30 p.m. and what a treat ...