Hotel Mirage

Address: Prol. Pasteur Sur No. 277, Col. Mercurio, Queretaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 76040, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Prol. Pasteur Sur No. 277, Col. Mercurio, Queretaro, is near Acuatic Tulum, Plaza de la Constitucion, The Peña of Bernal, and Manuel Morales Workshop.
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      Travel Blogs from Queretaro

      Everyday life as a TEC Student

      A travel blog entry by julietandthesea on Mar 13, 2015

      18 photos

      ... live within the route. Of course it is for free and super safe. The service runs every 30min until midnight and I appreciate it a lot.

      Every Wednesday, I complete an Internship program at the German company TÜV Nord. Originally, the program ran over the TEC, which enabled me the contact. The internship counts for 5 ECTS and is therefore officially part of my academic program. In order to fulfil the requirements, 8hrs of unpaid work are foreseen. In ...

      Trip to Querétaro

      A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Dec 05, 2014

      50 photos

      ... 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.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quer%C3%A9 taro,_Quer%C3%A9taro


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      Close encounters of the third kind

      A travel blog entry by bubblecuffer on Nov 18, 2014

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... the sky cleared, we saw why the tourists indeed come there. See photos. We had to find our way towards Mexico city, and started on our way, eventually arriving in Tula. More on that later. But on the way, we were flagged down by man by the side of the road who had clearly just had a close encounter of his own. He was excited because encounters like this are good to eat. ...

      Love at Second Sight

      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 01, 2014

      18 photos

      ... my day. I had originally planned to take a day trip, but I was done with bus rides. Also, it was to a place where I'd be climbing a small mountain peak and I decided I'd seen enough beautiful scenery and I'd rather explore this city that I was loving more and more every day. I first headed away from the city center to take some pictures of the aqueduct and visit the Mausoleum of Outstanding Queretarians (I just made up that word). I was inside the little ...

      John & Donna's Excellent Adventure

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Feb 15, 2013

      2 comments, 48 photos

      ... the earliest major hydraulic engineering projects in North America. It was designed in 1723 by Juan Antonio de Urritia y Arana who was inspired by the aqueducts in Segovia, Spain. There is a legend about Juan being in love with a nun who asked him to prove his love to her by bringing clean water into this city. This is Mexico... The aqueduct began supplying water on October 17, 1738.

      The aqueduct crosses a valley which you will see in one of the photos, ...