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One of the most recognized Fiestas de Querétaro for its mysticism and tradition are the Fiestas de la Cruz of the miracles begin on September 13 with a large gathering of concheros dancing their chichimecas rites for all arcs, raising the Cerro de Sangremal to reach the Temple of the ...
... 12 hours notice we gave. We arrived and Gabi's mum gave us food and made us feel very very welcome. We set off to visit Queretaro which is an historic town where the Mexican revolution started basically. We found the centre being left as it was pretty much with all the colonial buildings and churches and lovely people. Afterwards Gabi found time, after work, to take us in her car and gave us a touristic tour of the whole ...
... 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.
... 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.
... 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 ...