Holiday Inn Queretaro Zona Diamante
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... head back to my flat or go for another session to the gym.
The TEC de Monterrey is a private university and the courses are very expensive, also for Mexicans. Luckily, the FH Joanneum covers the costs for the exchange and therefore we don't have to pay the regular university fees. As in any other part of Mexico, you can see a split society. On the one hand, there is a lot of poverty and no access to education, on the other hand, people earn more ...
... in Queretaro, ending the Mexican-American War, and surrendering 55% of Mexico’s territory to the U.S. Third, in 1867, Austrian Archduke Maximilian was executed on a hill overlooking the city. And finally, in 1917, the Mexican Constitution was signed here.
We hadn't spoken of the very nice hotel we stayed at in Tecozuatla. It was unclear if it had fallen on hard times and was failing or if the current owners were trying to restore it to its former glory. In any case, the owners/employees were very nice and went out of their way to accommodate us. El Rincon Primavera, "A touch of spring" is the best I can do. See the ...
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