Meson Santa Rosa Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the sky cleared, we saw why the tourists indeed come there. See photos. We had to find our way towards Mexico city, and started on our way, eventually arriving in Tula. More on that later. But on the way, we were flagged down by man by the side of the road who had clearly just had a close encounter of his own. He was excited because encounters like this are good to eat. ...
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, ...
... s there when the worker asked me if I'd like to see the patio in the back. Sure! It turned out to be the old, original part of the mausoleum. The guy knew the history of the vaults back there, which was interesting to hear. After my personal tour of the back area, he explained more to me once we were in the front, main plaza again. The main person buried there is La Corregidora, the lady who was locked in her room by her husband for conspiring against ...
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... in the mountains to the highest point in the city and then it went to city fountains, one being in the convent. The aqueduct is an impressive 1,280 meters long with a maximum height of 23 meters. There are 74 stone arches
To build this aqueduct, basic tools and techniques were used- lead weights, the lever and whatever available surveying equipment that they had in the 1700's. This was a great engineering project for those times in Mexico.