Hotel Quinta Lucca

Address: Juarez # 119A, Queretaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Juarez # 119A, Queretaro, is near Acuatic Tulum, Plaza de la Constitucion, The Peña of Bernal, and Manuel Morales Workshop.
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    Travel Blogs from Queretaro

    Traditions

    A travel blog entry by ecc on May 21, 2015

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    One of the most recognized Fiestas de Querétaro for its mysticism and tradition are the Fiestas de la Cruz of the miracles begin on September 13 with a large gathering of concheros dancing their chichimecas rites for all arcs, raising the Cerro de Sangremal to reach the Temple of the ...

    On the road....

    A travel blog entry by baf on Mar 31, 2015

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    ... from all walks of life it offers to experience and as a consequence to the real local point of view of the place that one visit, no matter where it may be in the world. Gabi You'll always have a place in Montella, Italy, wherever you'll find yourself traveling around there. Sorry about the little description of the town but we haven't even been there for 24 hours basically and no words to explain how bloody knackered we were. ...

    Everyday life as a TEC Student

    A travel blog entry by julietandthesea on Mar 13, 2015

    18 photos

    ... head back to my flat or go for another session to the gym.

    The TEC de Monterrey is a private university and the courses are very expensive, also for Mexicans. Luckily, the FH Joanneum covers the costs for the exchange and therefore we don't have to pay the regular university fees. As in any other part of Mexico, you can see a split society. On the one hand, there is a lot of poverty and no access to education, on the other hand, people earn more ...

    Love at Second Sight

    A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 01, 2014

    18 photos

    ... difference. I had no idea if the crunches were coming from the chip or the grasshoppers. As for the flavor, the grasshoppers gave the guacamole a smoky flavor, which I liked (as long as I didn't think about where that smokey flavor was coming from). Towards the end of our dinner, the owner came back by and pointed out that it was a very international dinner because the guy next to us was Italian. We then struck up a conversation with him for a bit, and then ...

    John & Donna's Excellent Adventure

    A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Feb 15, 2013

    2 comments, 48 photos

    ... Tranvia, or trolley ride, to see some of the important sights on the outskirts of the historic area. The trolley first went along the river park to the Hill of Bells which I have described in a previous blog. Donna had a great time playing the bell stones in the park, and dancing along with her music. John, being a party pooper, told her to call it quits after a bit. We got back on the trolley. By the way, we were the only people on the trolley so we could do ...