Mision La Muralla
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Heated pool
- Indoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... some souvenirs at the arts and crafts big market in Tequis. I was amazed of how many beautiful things our country has. Unfortunately I also witnessed how some arts and crafts have been replaced for Chinese "stuff" and so, here is an advise: if it’s cheap, it’s not Mexican art!
The world is sooo big and I want to see as much to think about repeating a spot that I have visited but in few words: I am in LOVE with my nibble to ...
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 ...
After leaving the wilderness,we arrive in a totally different environment:4-5 stars hotel with swimming pool and the lot.
Didn't take long to get used to it,really,also because we badly needed a shower,eheheh.
Tequisquiapan is an escape holiday place for city dwellers coming from The Cement city and Queretaro as well.But yet itīs a pretty chilled out and quiet place where you can actually rest with low noise pollution and very good food,including ice creams.
... farmland nearby. We had a cookout on one along the river Lerma one day, and yesterday we climbed a plot on a hillside where we had a panoramic view of the town and surrounding countryside. There were more grasshoppers of many different sizes, shapes and colors than we had ever imagined, and we collected afew handfuls for Senora Lopez's birds and chickens. Today we leave for the city of Guanajuato, but it is not far so we will take our time qnd do some exploring on the ...
... land. People can walk about 1/2 way up the Pena to a capilla, a little chapel. In the photos, the chapel is in the area that looks like a little grassy area about 1/2 way up.You would have to be a rock climber to climb to the top as the walls are almost perpendicular. Apparently there is another little chapel at the top, as well as a cross. I wonder who put them there and when...
In the centre of the town, there was a visitor's kiosk. The girl in the kiosk ...