La Casa Del Atrio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 8221; than to an European University. Concerning our choice of the courses we were very free. During the semester itself, the system includes more continuous work, we anyway already had in Austria. The tasks, here “tareas”, are easier, but take a lot of time if you complete them in a proper way. Therefore, you have to calculate time for the tasks every week in order to hand them all in. They are mainly in teams of 2-5 people. Therefore, you get to ...
... in Queretaro, ending the Mexican-American War, and surrendering 55% of Mexico’s territory to the U.S. Third, in 1867, Austrian Archduke Maximilian was executed on a hill overlooking the city. And finally, in 1917, the Mexican Constitution was signed here.
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 ...
We bussed from the Queretaro bus station to our hostel, dropped off our things, then went out for some late night tacos. Absolutely delicious. I don't think Mexican tacos could ever get old. Then we fell asleep. In our dorm room...not at the taco stand. Our hostel, the Blue Bicycle, is run by three middle-aged women and is spotless. There is a terrace overlooking the city, hot showers, towels, a delicious breakfast, ...
... more modern than most in that it not only has colored lights in it to add to the beauty, but the flow of water can be adjusted and every once in awhile a song is played, with the flow of music adjusting to match the rhythm of the song. Ahhh. . .
And so, with the memory of the plaza firmly ingrained in my head, I put forth all my will to force my feet to walk away from that jewel of a plaza. . . though I did look back a couple times to lengthen the experience just a bit more.