Mision San Gil Queretaro Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Spend a short trip to Central Mexico. Take a package for Indepence's day and enjoy a buffet with mexican food like a traditional "feria" with traditional games like loteria and a mechanic bull
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... stadium all afternoon and then we went back to the hostel to get ready to go out with her friends. However, I really liked what I did see as we walked from location A to location B and since then I had wanted to go back to see more of the city. That being said, my experience here may have been influenced by the good memories that came back to me as I walked the streets.
The good feelings started as soon as I stepped off the bus. After 15 days of ...
Amigos y Compaņeros
When I walk to Centro from my place in San Miguel, a 20 minute walk there, up hill
and walk back from Centro to my place in San Miguel, a 10 minute walk back, down hill;
I almost always meet people that I know,
and stop to talk to, sometimes 3 or 4 different people.
I know a lot of people in San Miguel
and it is a small community in many ways.
The English speaking community in San Miguel
... bags. We really enjoy Bonanza, a local grocery store in Centro that has American products.. we were so excited to find Libby's canned pumpkin! The little things.... I was happy to find fitted, handmade Mexican white blouses and ponchos.. the handmade textiles are exquisite. Now, I am looking for Christmas gifts..
It was a girls' lunch at Cafe Rama on Wednesday and breakfast with Moni at Cafe de Parroquia on Thursday. (She talked her way ...
... parade). It is a slow march as they dance and play drums in native attire. They head toward the Parroquia (the main cathedral). The dancers carry estrellas (stars). Then, castillo fireworks are set off at the Parroquia and they sing "Happy Birthday" to St. Michael. It will be a carnival atmosphere with dancing and it includes the mojigangos (10 foot tall papier mache personages). I also ...
... is about it for the L.A. homework.
All kids have twenty minutes for lunch and twenty minutes for recess.
I am exhausted after leaving school and trying so hard to listen to the Spanish speakers. One thing I do know is that there is no school on Monday, September 16th, for Mexican Independence Day. (Mexican flags are hanging in the Centro and red white and green accouchement is available everywhere!) Buenos noches!