Crowne Plaza Queretaro Diamante
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... br> After that unexpected, but greatly appreciated, long visit to the mausoleum, and some close-up pictures of the aqueduct, I attempted to take a new road into town but ended up just wandering around aimlessly for probably a good 30 minutes before I just went back to the hostel and took my normal route. I did enjoy seeing normal, as opposed to touristy, Querétaro during my wanderings, though.
Once in the city center I took a hour long guided ...
... es mi vida!
It was about to rain and we became a bit hungry, so we went to eat some tacos. I don't remember names but the most of them were with green sauce/marinate and meat of course ;) some of them were tasty more some less, but together with a cerveza clara (light beer) tasted terrific!
Have to go now, but I'll finish this post as only I'll get back.
... no longer used as an aqueduct, the structure has been well maintained and is a beautiful structure to see, especially at night when it is lit up.
Our tour ended and we were hungry again. A couple of blocks away from the park where we finished our tour, we found a great little restaurant called Luciernaga, or firefly, where we were treated by John and Donna to a great lunch buffet of traditionally Mexican foods. Pumpkin flower or chayote soups, chicken ...
... so am very happy here. I´ve already impressed Adan with the level of chilli that I like, apparently very unusual for an English girl :)
Today is my first day at Queretero Language School in Queretero Centro. The school is a 25 minute walk through the town from mi casa (my house). The school is small, friendly and filled with Cacti.
My first working week in Queretero is spent learning the language, meeting new people ...
Today is the day I feared would come all too soon. And it has. Much too soon. Departure day is here and I am not sure I have been more sad in my entire life. Honestly. This is one of the hardest days I have ever faced. No, I haven't cried, but tears have accumulated in my eyes more
times than I want to admit. And they might have possibly fallen, but I'm saving the full blown storm for home.
Everyone on the trip contributed ...