Holiday Inn Express San Juan Del Rio
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... seen worse in South East Asia.
We booked an Airbnb accommodation 10 minutes away from downtown Tequis because it was a special weekend and prices were to the roof and there doesn't seem to be any hostels so we didn't want to risk it.
The house we stayed at was cute, small, clean, nice and comfortable. The family that owns the house was very pleasant and helpful too. The only downside that is totally endurable was that we had ...
... was just no strength left in my fingers. Usually, climbing on a (inside)wall, my underarm starts to loose its strength first, but on an actual rock, my fingers suffered the most - as you are also not used to the profile of the rock.
After that successful day we headed back to Bernal for some more Gorditas (just not the best ones this time, Emanuel (: ) and arrived in Queretaro at around 7 pm.
Super tired and super happy.
... local man stopped his car, and went out of his way to help us, inquiring at a local tienda. It turned out the promotional tourist map we were using was wrong, and we never would have found the site without his help. Several times on this trip complete strangers have come to our rescue when we were confused about directions. What friendly people! We got to the ...
... that the average life expectancy of this area is 94.5 years old. Also U.F.O.s have been seen in the area (we didn't see any except for some strange looking big birds). The climax of the film, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, was filmed in Bernal.
So how high is this Pena (peak)? It is the 3rd tallest monolith after the Rock of Gibraltor and Sugar Loaf Mountain in Brazil. It is the only one of the three that is not rising out of the water. It towers 2 000' above ...
... The weather has warmed up a bit (low 20's), so the trip should be a comfortable one for them.
We will meet them in the fascinating city of Guanajuato. It was there that Father Hidalgo (a priest) led a mob of peasants and indigenous people against the wealthy Spaniards in the first battle in the Mexican War of Independence in 1810.
Diego Riviera, the muralist was born in this city. And, there is a museum of mummies.