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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 ...
Our itinerary was, in the open phase, and we eventually wandered down to Tecozuatla, a few km outside Tequiquiapan. I finally figured out how to tag these small towns on the map on this blog site. We had spent 1 night here early in the trip, and wanted to explore more. It's a small town, perhaps the size of Farmington or so. This area is known for its hot (actually ...
... 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 ...
... out Halloween decorations, plates and American candy bars. I took a coffee break at Cumpanio, one of my favorite spots in Centro. I also purchased candles, and went to the oil cloth store to design totes.
After school, Caroline had Maya over to play while Katie went to Lucer**** and had her nails done with with friend Kate, a big treat for her wonderful report card. Thomas had a play date at Maddie's house. ...
... this museum.
Queretaro has a long and complicated history as a Spanish colonial city. The old mansion that we visited houses a collection of antiques from the time that the Spaniards arrived in the 1600's.
The house holds a mystery (legend) that is well known in Queretaro which dates back to the one of the first occupants.
A wealthy couple lived in this lovely colonial house. The wife was from Zacatecas, a silver mining town. The wedding had been arranged ...