Crowne Plaza Queretaro Diamante
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... sitting outside at one of the many
cafes to people watch. There are some really nice houses in town and it
definitely makes sense that housing prices are comparable to San Francisco. Old
retired expats love places like this.
Much bigger than my last two stops, Querétaro is a major hub
for bus connections for the central part of the country. It has been a junction
for many major ...
... of Queretaro, there is a pyramid that only recently had been restored somewhat and acknowledged as a site with a significant history. We decided to visit it.
As usual, the trip to the village had adventure built into it. We got on the right bus, but the one going in the wrong direction. After about 10 minutes, the bus driver mentioned that it was time to get off and we didn't see a pyramid so we asked him where it was. The driver, and several passengers, set ...
... entered the rest room, and the toilets had no seats. I discovered this was the case in all public restrooms I visited--they weren’t free, they often didn’t have TP (I used pages out of my dictionary at one such location), and none of them had seats. I suppose that makes them easier to clean, but if you have bad knees and can’t squat, what are you to do? Just a few weeks ago I would have been in trouble, having injured my knees during a hike. Luckily they ...
... doors that open onto small balconies just large enough to stand on. There's currently a lot of activity downstairs, including a large ice rink erected in the centre of the square and an avenue of little kiosks below my windows selling food and drink. There's also a lot of noise - car horns, brakes, the murmur of the hundreds or maybe thousands of voices drifting up from two stories below, but mostly the music coming from the ice rink’s PA system which is belting out some ...
... long doughnuts and the most delicious thing in the world, especially served with chocolate.
Queretaro is a beautiful colonial city, especially beautiful when the buildings are lit up at night. We visited the Convento de la Cruz where an old man showed us around for a tip and the monks were in the courtyard preparing a BBQ, funnily they had gelled hair and mobile phones and were wearing jeans under their robes. A plant grows here, with thorns in the shape of the ...
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