Una recamara en el Centro Historico con un baño completo y una cama king. Contiene TV, WiFi, refrigerador chiquito, micro ondas, cafetera, etc.
This is not a party house, and we expect people to be quiet after 10PM. The room is non-smoking, but you can smoke in the zaguan. There are plenty of bars and lounges along 5 de Mayo (half a block away) to party and meet people, as well as cafes in Plaza de Armas, but feel free to invite a few friends to visit during the day or evening. Pets welcome with prior approval.
Cancela hasta 5 días antes de tu viaje y recibe un reembolso completo. Cancela en los 5 días previos a tu viaje y no se te reembolsará la primera noche, pero sí el 50 % del costo del resto de las noches.
I am a retired archaeologist/anthropologist living in the historic district of Querétaro, a UNESCO World Heritage City. My wife is Christiane, and she was an elementary school teacher at the Atlanta International School. Christiane is French and speaks English, French and Spanish, and I am American and also speak French and Spanish, but not as well as Christiane. We lived in Mexico in the 1970s, where our second daughter was born, and have now been in Querétaro for the past nine years. We have three daughters and four grandchildren spread around the US .
I keep busy with my art, and Christiane is active with various volunteer groups and still teaches French occasionally. I am also interested in historic preservation, have been fairly active in the historic district, and am a member of ICOMOS. Christiane often travels to the US to visit the grandkids in Santa Cruz, California, and Forest Park, Illinois. Every year or so, we travel to France to visit her rather extended family. We also travel around Mexico. Querétaro is also the headquarters for the Peace Corps in Mexico, and in fact, Christiane and I got married when I was in the Peace Corps in Morocco, so we keep up with volunteers and staff here.