Hotel Casablanca Queretaro
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Conference facilities
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... 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 ...
... kitten, and Caroline was excited, to say the least! Katie grabbed pajamas and her pillow; she flew out the door to the Wheelocks. Thomas became my bed partner (as the kids always switch off every night with Greg gone). What fun for one of our last Fridays!
A large group of close friends called me on FaceTime; it was just wonderful to see all their faces! It made my night to see you Jenny, Mandy, Mary Lois, Kathy, Jennifer, and ...
It has been a quiet week after all of the festive days of last week... Greg left early Sunday morning. That day, we went La Gruta hot springs for a leisurely afternoon with my friend Rebecca and the kids. Katie, Caroline, Thomas and Miller all had a good time; they played for hours in the hot pools, warm sun, and slept so well Sunday night. (Rebecca, Miller and Linda had a wonderful horseback riding Monday. They left early Tuesday... it was a ...
... at the spa taking in the sauna and nursing my head cold. After I left, I received a call from school and now poor Katie is not feeling well. She came home from school with my head cold.
Silver lining!! Greg called this afternoon, and at the last minute, booked a plane ticket to Mexico City for the long weekend. WOOHOO! This weekend is the festival of St. Michael the ...
... Tuesday and Fridays) with journaling. Katie's reading group consists of three students.
Caroline has Ms. Cecy (Spanish) and Ms. Claudia (English). Caroline is the only strictly English speaker. (Thankfully, two new English speakers joined a few days later.) It is an advanced class and Caroline has clung to Gabby, a friend, for translation and comprehension in Spanish. Her teachers, however, are confident that Caroline will ...