Mision San Gil Queretaro Hotel
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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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... microphones takes centre stage as we dance to classic rock and roll and even some acrobatic swing moves are attempted. What a night!
Unfortunately the next day I had to continue my journey and say goodbye. Miguel dropped me off at the bus station and I had a contact to stay with in Cholula thanks to Gaby. I'd had 2 days of fun and laughter and met some of the loveliest people...it's hard to imagine travelling without CS these days!
Our flights were somewhat delayed but we made all of the connections landing in Queretero. We did have a long delay in the immigration line. There were thirty on our flight and their was a single person at the booth, and almost everyone had to go through a baggage search, including us at the back of the line. Fortunately, our driver hung in there with us and we eventually got out of the airport and north to ...
... of Mexico is 115 million people. About ten percent of the population (12 million of those people) does not identify itself (or consider its nationality to be) Mexican. During the census a few years ago, these indigenous peoples stated their nationality according to their Indian group. (examples: "Yo soy Otomi." "Yo soy Maya.") Two thirds of these Indian groups speak their native indigenous language and Spanish (and some no Spanish at ...
... the Santa Anna), a book store, a theatre for movies and plays and talks, and organizes tours... It is a very nice library....
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... I’ve seen of cities in Ecuador. It’s a beautiful area for hiking and very popular weekend getaway with people from Mexico city.
The night after our return we went to the Longhorn Smokehouse for the Thursday night filet mignon special – a large filet, bacon wrapped and perfectly grilled, a baked potato with all the fixings and a salad – all for less that $10. It is ...