Hotel Plaza

Address: Av. Juarez Nte. No. 23, Queretaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, C.P. 76000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Juarez Nte. No. 23, Queretaro, is near Museo Histórico Naval, Hacienda San Jose del Refugio, City Museum, and Ysleta del Sur Cultural Center.
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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

      ... university itself and other student connections offer many trips, parties and activities. Surely, there is always something to do and often, there are just too many things to choose
      from. So sometimes it is just recommendable to organize your own trip, as this will show you the real Mexico in a more intense way than travelling with big organizations. Anyway, so far I had an amazing time both ways and I guess a healthy mixture is the best way to go.

      "SOY TEC"

      First Week in The Books

      A travel blog entry by andycrandy on Mar 11, 2013

      24 photos

      ... a long time. There is still a lot of history here
      with many museums, cathedrals, and plazas in the centro. But anywhere outside
      the few block radius, you run into the modern day city traffic and noise. My
      hostel was cool and the guys running it were super helpful. I went out on
      Saturday and found a Canadian guy named Dave who was in town for work. I told
      him about my travels and the guy was nice enough to buy my ...

      Kids Back in School

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 07, 2013

      2 comments, 31 photos

      ... so we got off the bus, crossed the road and caught the bus going in the opposite direction. The driver made sure to tell us where to get off.

      The pyramid's history goes back about 2,000 years. The area was perfect for farming using a dammed river to irrigate their crops. Roads were created and the town, El Pueblito, was at a crossroad for people travelling for religious and commercial purposes. A pyramid was built sometime before 100 A.D., similiar to ...

      Day 6 Pour Day

      A travel blog entry by linusvpelt on Oct 18, 2012

      16 photos

      ... streets right now,
      yes, would each of us that joined the
      ministry late missed out on a tremendous
      blessing and growth experience –DEFINITELY. I don’t know why God chooses to work the way
      that he does, why his timing doesn’t
      seem to fit our agendas, that’s why I’m not him. In the later part of the book of Job, God is
      very clear in explaining that he doesn’t explain himself to anyone. I kept recalling the book ...

      Final Day in Mexico

      A travel blog entry by linusvpelt on Apr 06, 2012

      ... to have at least a little understanding of Spanish. I caught that since it was not a personal item there would be a $20 tax, cash, payable to him. He had to walk away and let some other folks through customs and Quin implored everyone in the van to pray for favor. After much deliberation about the orphanage for the children and about our work for God you could see he was softening some. He began to ask if the water was for the orphanage or the workers and ...