Hotel Senorial

Address: Guerrero 10-A Nte. , Queretaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 76000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Guerrero 10-A Nte. , Queretaro, is near Acuatic Tulum, Plaza de la Constitucion, The Peña of Bernal, and Manuel Morales Workshop.
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      Travel Blogs from Queretaro

      Everyday life as a TEC Student

      A travel blog entry by julietandthesea on Mar 13, 2015

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      ... head back to my flat or go for another session to the gym.

      The TEC de Monterrey is a private university and the courses are very expensive, also for Mexicans. Luckily, the FH Joanneum covers the costs for the exchange and therefore we don't have to pay the regular university fees. As in any other part of Mexico, you can see a split society. On the one hand, there is a lot of poverty and no access to education, on the other hand, people earn more ...

      Trip to Querétaro

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      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 ...

      Close encounters of the third kind

      A travel blog entry by bubblecuffer on Nov 18, 2014

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... for this town, because we both felt that this town was by far the most charming and delightful of all we had seen. Like Tequisquiapan, only with better color, an older feel to the colonial architecture, not having that heavy tourist feel, (though like many towns we have visited, clearly preparing for growing tourism. ) We only had 2 or 3 hours there, way too little, ...

      Love at Second Sight

      A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 01, 2014

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      ... he knew we were both visitors and that I'm American. I'm not sure if that had any effect what happened next or not. This place is know for its Mexcal, sometimes referred to as tequila's ugly cousin. I've tried it straight a couple times before and don't like it. However, I felt that I would be shunned if I ordered anything else so I ordered a drink that mixed Mexcal with fruit juice. Much better. When the owner guy came out with my drink, it was in a wooden ...

      John & Donna's Excellent Adventure

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Feb 15, 2013

      2 comments, 48 photos

      ... the courtyard.


      In a fenced in garden, there are trees (Mimosas) with no flowers that have crossed-shaped thorns on them. At Easter time, the thorns develop little nubs on them, in the places where the nails on Jesus' cross would have been. One at the feet and two more where the hands would have been. The story is that a wandering priest put his walking stick in the ground and it developed roots and grew. It propagates through its thorns.

      Our ...