Crowne Plaza Queretaro Diamante
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... in Queretaro, ending the Mexican-American War, and surrendering 55% of Mexico’s territory to the U.S. Third, in 1867, Austrian Archduke Maximilian was executed on a hill overlooking the city. And finally, in 1917, the Mexican Constitution was signed here.
... side hosts the cathedral. In the center of the plaza, a staking rink was being built as was what looked like a long slide. Preparations seemed in place for a huge performance. In the center of it all stood a large Christmas tree, decorated with red and white balls that someone evoke Coca Cola in my mind.
Our next stop was to walk around the Temple Mayor. Because they would not allow us to bring in our water bottles, we decided to take turns going in. Jeremy and ...
... around but it was dark and now it was party time. The restaurant we had dinned in earlier and the others around it had turned into night clubs. We looked up into the clubs where dance music and colored lights where spewing out into the night sky and you could see lots of men dancing in the windows. We got our food and and went back to the hotel, I felt like I could have stayed out and partied but maybe on another night. After a movie we fell ...
... br> Funny thing was that he was doing the same kind of trip I am doing but in the
Now I am up in the hills in the northern part of the state.
I am going to check out a Bioreserve and do some hiking and camping here. The
sun was out for a bit earlier, but literally as I am typing this I hear thunder
and pouring rain. Not the Mexico I signed up for. I can’t wait for the beach.
... a historical building.
Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve were very pleasant for us. The gringo population here in the Historic Centre is very tiny, maybe 30 or 40 people from all over the world. They try to get together for meals or parties once in awhile. On Christmas Eve, we were invited to a dinner at Shelley's house (the Canadian B and B owner). We had a lovely meal and met some great young people from France and Italy who made the decision to live ...