Holiday Inn Queretaro Zona Diamante
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 3.17. Ben realised his mistake and soon came away with satisfactory tickets. We read for a while in the station before getting on our coach. It turned out that the only bus we could book was the posh bus: the poshest we've been on yet! Upon boarding, we were given a complimentary drink. Aboard, there were TV screens in the backs of the seats and there was loads of room. The driver had his own cabin up front and there were separate men's and women's toilets. We made ourselves ...
... for and John Malkovich was playing somebody unhinged. Bizarrely, the movie was followed by a dubbed Downton Abbey. A couple of hours in, we arrived on the outskirts of Santiago de Querétaro (known to everyone as Querétaro), got a taxi into town and checked into San Xavier hotel. St Francis Xavier really does seem to be following us around the world. The hotel was very smart and comfortable and Kori had booked it for a good price. Our ...
One of the most recognized Fiestas de Querétaro for its mysticism and tradition are the Fiestas de la Cruz of the miracles begin on September 13 with a large gathering of concheros dancing their chichimecas rites for all arcs, raising the Cerro de Sangremal to reach the Temple of the ...
... much. No words to thank her enough for giving us such a lovely first couchsurfing experience. Shame to see this beautiful town being eaten by the so loved progress from just outside the centre, outwards basically, with all the numerous shopping centres and factories and so on. Nonetheless, once again, big up for couchsurfing. Totally recommend it, not only for the fact that you get free accommodation, but mainly for the ...
Today, February 5th, is the day when the present Mexican constitution was approved by Congress in 1917, following the Mexican Revolution. The constitution was signed in Queretaro, in the Teatro de la Republica, or the Theatre of the Republic which is only about 4 blocks away from where we live.
In 1910, the people of Mexico began to want changes in the old constitution which had been written in 1857. This led to the Mexican Revolution, the ousting of the ...