During the agonizingly long days I was terribly ill in Mexico, I was deeply afraid that I would become so sick that I would require hospitalization, where my husband wouldn’t be able to understand what was going on or how to help me, due to the language barrier. Use these tips and learn from my mistakes to avoid having your own travels cut short due to food poisoning or other food or water bourne illnesses.
Querétaro represents the former economic and artistic glory of central Mexico, where aqueducts still stand tall and proud, and Spanish and Catholic architectural influences can be found on nearly every building in this ancient, mountainous city.
Casa de la Marquesa is the perfect place to stay during your time in Querétaro! This stunning pink-orange Latin-American style colonial era hotel was the perfect base for exploring Querétaro. The hotel staff picked us up from the Querétaro airport and brought us to the hotel, which was about a 45 minute drive. Thankfully I spoke […]
Although we had to cut our trip short because I became extremely sick and needed to come home, we had such an incredible time in Mexico this past month! We were able to stay in 8 different cities and pass through a number of others, and it was an adventure unlike any other! I’d been […]
I traveled to Querétaro, Mexico and brought along one of my favorite Mary Frances handbags, as well as some sustainable fashion pieces by PrAna, and they made the perfect outfit for exploring the vibrant city nestled in the heart of Mexico.
Querétaro has a vibrant arts and cultural scene, and they also have some incredible local dishes inspired by tradition and their unique climate. Tikua, a restaurant located right around the corner from Casa de la Marquesa Hotel (check out the review of this stunning colonial era mansion turned hotel here) perfectly embodies arts and culture […]
I’m so excited to share that my husband and I will be in Mexico and South America for the next month! This means I may not respond to comments, emails, or post much on my social media during this time, because the places we are headed will not have regular internet access.