Travel Blogs from Queretaro
... having coffee in the nearby restaurants.
Streets were being blocked off. Stores around the Teatro had to remove their signs. Graffiti was painted over and streets were scrubbed. We think that store keepers were given a list of things that they had to do.
On the day of the ceremony, all upstairs doors and windows of buildings around the square were opened. Every form of security guard was visible. Federal police stood around the square in riot ...
... in the final construction for opening the
orphanage. We were all blessed to be a
part of it. We were all thankful to all
those who had gone before that had been faithful to get us to that point. I was talking with Rick later and mentioned
that the whole experience is bittersweet, should the work been done many years
ago if people and finances had not dropped off, probably, should there be kids
running through the halls in a safer place than ...
... went up the light turned red and the alarm went off (just like it did every morning that week) he looked in then looked at the tank then came back to talk to me. I responded in English that it was a tank for water and after a few minutes of English / Spanish tennis I he finally asked me to pull over, which I got. He then asked me out of the truck and by this time I saw that Quinn had stopped and so I went into 'stall' mode while I waited for him to walk over. I ...
... I need to get my hands on it because he has such a clear way of laying things ...
... br> try traditional foods
Visit the Conca mission and the millenium tree
Las Adjuntas Ayutla
Lunch beside the river
Afternoon and dinner
Saturday March 31
drive to the Tancama archaelogical site
visited Mission and museum in Landa de Matamoros
ceramics workshop in Soledad de Guadalupe
Lunch in San Juan de los Duran
stay in an eco-cabin
Swimming and rest
Dinner and ...
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