Hotel Casablanca Queretaro

Address: Av. Constituyentes No. 73 , Queretaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 76030, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av. Constituyentes No. 73 , Queretaro, is near The Peña of Bernal and Manuel Morales Workshop.
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    Travel Blogs from Queretaro

    Miraculous Thorns

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... last few kilometres. As we arrived in Guanajuato, we passed though some of its famous underground streets. In the heart of town, the river was diverted underground through a wide tunnel. Later, this tunnel was made into a roadway with slipways in and out running under the historic centre. The walls of the tunnel were uneven, as if we were passing through a long cave. Pedestrians were using the route too. Emerging back into the weak, grey evening light, we saw a guy riding a tiny ...

    XXSan Miguel at Xmas Time...

    A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Dec 16, 2013

    ... of my creative Xmas decoration artistic creations.....

    Some San Miguel stuff:
    Piņatas every where - they have 7 spikes sticking out of them representing the 7 deadly sins.
    Hitting the piņata is hitting against sin and evil - when the piņata breaks and the candies spill out
    - that is the reward of virtue for fighting evil and sin..
    San Miguel is Saint Michael, the Archangel, who San Miguel is named after.
    Satan lead an uprising of angels ...

    Mexico City, first time.

    A travel blog entry by richardlawton on Nov 24, 2013

    20 photos

    ... Indians thought this area could only inhabit frogs. But along came the finding of silver and gold. The old part of town is amazing with beautiful mansions built in the late 1500. The town or houses are all painted in bright colors. Also in town centre are 4 churches. One church which belonged to the Jesuits is now part of the University. The amazing part of this city is the roads are all tunnels in the downtown area. Lots of houses are crammed on ...

    School Presentations

    A travel blog entry by thelliotts on Oct 11, 2013

    4 photos

    ... for a slumber party. I am taking Stacy's kids after school for a play date; she is out of town for the weekend. Greg arrives en la maņana!

    Last blog note for the day: At the tiendas and mercados (stores and markets), there is a lot of merchandise for the upcoming Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). The Day of the Dead holiday commemorates family members and friends who have passed and is celebrated on ...

    Girls' Day

    A travel blog entry by thelliotts on Sep 09, 2013

    3 photos

    ... latte and baked bread . What a great spot for coffee bar in the heart of town.. its a cafe/restaurant and a separate delicious bakery. It's also a great spot for people watching as there is a lot of foot traffic at this intersection with a birds' eye view of the Temple of San Francisco. It is presently draped with red, green, and white Mexican flags for Mexican Independence Day.

    We met our friend Ramona at Manos... it ...