Holiday Inn Queretaro Centro Historico
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... The top of the hills around the town was dressed with a thick covereing of trees and cacti. Just as we pulled out, we spied a little house in this thicket. The residents had hung their laundry in the trees. Our journey took us through flat, arable farmland. It was surprisingly green and lush and looked more like areas of Italy than the arid Mexico that we (think we) know from TV and film. The bus station at the other end of our journey was well out of town so we caught a taxi ...
... to topiary. The walls are orange and streets are paved. Buying a nieve (sorbet), we took a walk up to the old convent and beyond it to the mausoleum of La Corregidora, who (whilst under temporary house arrest imposed by her husband) passed a secret message through the key hole of her room to save the early leaders of the Mexican revolution from arrest. A more thorough version of her story can be found here: ...
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 ...
After the first week of being sick(sinus problems also due to high pressure, stomach bug, flu and any consequence to these)in Mexico city or, like my friend Gerardo pretty rightly call it, Cement City, we finally set off to get out of the mess, still feeling a bit sick of course. Actually we did manage to do something during the weak week, as it was. We visited the anthropology museum in Mexico city, definitely worth it, and ...
... Diaz, and the assassination of several political leaders.
In 1913, Pancho Villa banded together a huge army which fought in favour of a new Constitution. After several years of fighting, a new president, Carranza, was sworn in and a new constitution was written up.
There were significant reforms to the labour laws and it provided for "equality in treatment without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, social or political conditions". ...