Crowne Plaza Queretaro Diamante
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... flying ants) all served up in tacos as well as a Tlayuda Oaxaceño (Fried tortilla topped with chorizo, carne asada and mole) washed down with a Mezcal and citrus fruit drink....amazing!
Before the CS meet up we had time to pop home and relax a bit and I got to meet Miguel's gorgeous dog, Draco. A Boxer with the biggest puppy dog eyes ever who decided my knee was the best place to rest his weary head. We went for spicy chicken wings ...
... effects of their big meal. A rare white rhino looked out at us and snorted. He was a huge beast with a massive head and horn. He ambled about his enclosure nibbling at the grass. It was sad to think so many of these impressive animals were shot by poachers in their natural habitat for the sake of the horns. The horns are sought after for use in Chinese medicine even though the horns are made of the same material as human finger nails and have no proven power to cure anything. By ...
Queretaro is the capital and largest city in the Mexican state of Queretaro.It was founded in 1531 and its historical centre is a World Heritage Site. It is a fairly wealthy city, due to great economic growth during the past 10 years. You'll recognize the names of some of the 98 companies that relocated to this city - Bombardier, Daewoo, Guardian, Kellogg's, Kimberley Clarke, Polaroid, Samsung, Purina, Carnation, ...
... as I had a few hours to kill until my first class so I had a shower and some breakfast and caught up on some Olympic action. I was just getting into the cycling with Laura Trott when it was time to head off again. I had no problem locating the classroom and was pleased to find 2 other people I know there. Additionally there were a few other international students but the rest were all Mexican. However, the teacher made it very clear that the course would ...
... a November 15, 2011 edition of Mexico Deconocido magazine which featured the Sierra Gorda of Queretaro. What a beautiful and interesting hidden gem it was and not that far away from where we were staying. I just HAD to see it! I knew that going there would be the perfect birthday trip and Chris agreed. So plans were rerouted.
The research started once again. To make it easy on us, we wanted to go on a tour. The magazine suggested 5 ...