Hotel Rio Tequisquiapan
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- Swimming pool
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... was performing and the entrance cost was double so, as neither of us was a fan we decided to skip it and take it easy that night.
We did go out in the afternoon though. We went for lunch and while looking for a very local place we found the "fonditas" at the market where you can find all kinds of garnachas (local fast food) but they also have the famous comida corrida where you get served a soup, rice or spaghetti, and a main dish for only ...
Finally, last weekend we went climbing to the Pena de Bernal.
It was the trip with my climbing class from my university. The third weekend with my climbing prof Fish. The whole semester I had 3 classes every week. Apart from 4 weeks - due to my mothers visit and some illness - I could always go. Its been a project since a long time ago to be really independent while climbing. The regulations in Germany/Austria just make the sport much ...
... o meno cosciente mi disse che lo scendere senza una corda o catena sarebbe stato un po' piu' avventuriero di cio' che avessi potuto reggere.Quindi vabbuo',scendere giu' a bere un bel cocco piu' o meno fresco c'e' sembrata un'idea molto migliore!!!
DOpo una visita veloce e mangiata lentissima nel paesino sottostante si ritorna a Tequisquiapan per un tuffo ed un altro giro culinario serale.
In tutto questo nostro benestare non ho potuto che provare una ...
What a pain in the ass this destination turned out to be. I took off from the mountains to head back south toward Mexico City. But first I had read about a fair in this small town along the way. Tequisquiapan has been hosting La Ferķa del Toro de Lidia for at least a decade. I wanted to see some bullfighting. But because of the crowds attracted by the fair, all the hotels were either booked full or way too expensive for me. So I was being driven around by a cab ...
... no Spanish class day', we took a bus to a local village called Tequisquiapan. It took us about an hour to get there and we spent about 3 or 4 hours wandering around. Tequis is a small tourist town, invaded by people from Mexico City on the weekends. The streets and buildings are quaint and rustic. House are painted in yellows and greens and have ornamental metal railings on 2nd floor balconies. Streets are narrow and are cobblestone. We were in the town on a Thursday which was the ...