Travel Blogs from Queretaro
According to Conde Naste traveller magazine, we are in the best city in the world to visit. It is a colonial city with lots of Mexican charm,culture and heritage. We just arrived, in the heat of the day, so have nothing to report yet as it was too hot to walk around. I will report that the campground has the cleanest, newest facilities since North Carolina! i didn't even ...
... scrape of the rough wooden crosses they drag over their shoulders. All are hooded apart from the women dressed in funeral attire and those dressed to represent characters from bible stories. A strange sight indeed. Each cohort is dressed in a different colour with black, white, purple, brown, red and green robes to name just a few.
The sounds of chattering and laughter is a welcome relief after such solemnity and we fight our way through ...
As a quick little side trip on my way to Patzcuaro, I decided to check out the little town of Bernal, with its famed monolith that keeps vigil over the citizens. It was recently measured to be the tallest free standing rock in the world, beating Gibraltar by about ...
... hike as far as I could while the kids were in school. I had an easy and uneventful drive from the Queretaro airport past aerospace companies such as Bombardier, that was highlighted by rounding a curve and seeing the huge monolith in the distance.
The town of San Sebastian Bernal is snuggled next to the base of the rock and has a great historic colonial town center. I bypassed a few restaurants on the main drag with ...
... were painting portraits and small groups of musicians were wandering through the walking streets.
Balloon vendors were selling huge colourful bouquets of balloons and other vendors were selling small pull toy monkeys with long wobbly tails.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services