Hotel San Agustin
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... with people from many different cultures and get to know the Mexican working styles. Calling Germans “efficient” is surely true, as Mexicans are probably just way more relaxed about their tasks or just have different approaches to finish them. Anyhow, working with them can be a lot of fun, just not if you have a lack of time. Generally, many things in Mexico (not just group works) take longer, but in the end they will
get done and work out. ...
Trip to Querétaro
The city was founded in 1531 by Franciscan monks. It is both literally and figuratively an important crossroads of Mexican history. Four of the most significant events in Mexico’s history took place here. First, plans for Mexican independence from Spain were hatched here in 1810. Second, in 1848, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ...
We hadn't spoken of the very nice hotel we stayed at in Tecozuatla. It was unclear if it had fallen on hard times and was failing or if the current owners were trying to restore it to its former glory. In any case, the owners/employees were very nice and went out of their way to accommodate us. El Rincon Primavera, "A touch of spring" is the best I can do. See the ...
... container it came in) filled with beef, slices of cactus, cheese, and onion with a side of re-fried beans, tortillas, chilies, and salsa. I didn't touch the chilies or the salsa--the salsa the meat was sitting in was making me sweat enough as it was! The presentation of the food made me think of an octopus so I thought it was worth mentioning and showing. :) It was really good, though. I enjoyed it as I watched people in the plaza. I wanted to get back to ...
... to the La Cruz church - a historically significant church, about a couple of blocks away. Donna was the first one to say, "Wow", when she saw it. At 4 o'clock, a very elderly, priest gave us a half hour tour of the building. He was a little hard to understand but we got the gist of what had happened in the building.
The original convent and temple was built in 1654 but about 100 years later, it was replaced by a Baroque building that was built on the site ...