Day 20 – Querétaro

Last night we followed the illuminated mile-long ancient aqueduct that adorns the entrance to this World Heritage City.

Downtown Querétaro is full of andadores (pedestrian streets) that connect the many important sites and lovely jardines.

The museum of Querétaro explained to us the important role of this region in the Mexican independence movement. It also has a fine prehispanic display.

We tasted a sample from a tortilla making machine that processes 52 kilos of masa per hour!

At the Plaza de Armas we joined a loud bride and groom parade:

For dinner we had a well deserved crispy vegan pizza after having walked all day enjoying this jewel of a city.

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