Holiday Inn Express San Juan Del Rio
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... However, he didn't get very far and was soon returned to his quarters at the monastery, this time as a prisoner. The monastery has been used as a stronghold upon several occasions. Back down in the town centre, we visited several of Querétaro's spectcular churches. These fine edifices tell a story of a town that must have been phenomenally rich at a time when the moneyed aristocracy spent massive sums on places of worship. At the theatre, we spoke briefly to the guard ...
... 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, ...
Having agreat time here, the food prepared by Senora Lopez is wonderful. The town just celebrated its harvest Fiesta, with the church ane city gates with ornate decoration of local fruits and vegetables, and all night partying for the dedicated. Enough for now, will try to load some photos from the earlier parts of the ...
... one of them loved each other. He started to be away for very long periods of time on business trips. The wife became fed up with being alone and asked one of her servants (her lover) to kill her husband when he can home. He did and then she killed the servant so that her secret would stay in the house and she could retain the wealth. Apparently she buried the bodies together in the stables or under the house. They were found later when some renos were being done. Strangely enough, ...
... for busking money!
In the evening we went to Diego's dad's town Tequisquiapan, went to a really nice Italian restaurant (owned by a French friend of Sophie's) where I had a delicious chicken broth, which was perfect for my still fragile stomach. We walked around the town at night, it's very pretty and lively. I was absolutely shattered by the time we got back and just went straight to bed.