First thing to do was to rent the car for the second half of the trip. After a long time we lost standing around and waiting for the car to be shown up we finally could check it out. It’s a VW GOL, never heard of it. By this time we finally signed the contract and moved forward. Next stop was an Indian pyramid in Queretaro. Though it is a small one it was pretty impressive to see one for the first time.
We took the free tour and a guide showed us around for about almost a hour. Sadly we couldn’t get up, because they have no money to build a secure stairway. We asked if there is there is a way to donate money or for them to get money from the government, but the answer was unsatisfying honest: “The government gives a sh*t. And there is nobody to manage the money from donations.”
The second part of the day we spend again walking around the old historic city center. In the night we hit an Irish pub called “Wicklow” (been there in 2008) which was somewhat disappointing. There was no trace of the typical Irish pub flair. Maybe it was fitted too much to the Mexican expectations. Anyway, after that we had an awesome street Taco again. Same place as yesterday. “Montezuma’s Revenge” still pending. 😀