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Rosalía visits the Nest of Quetzalcóatl, in Naucalpan

During your stay in the Mexico City on the occasion of the concerts he offered at the National Auditorium, which were a success because both dates were sold out, the spanish singer Rosalia He took the opportunity to walk through the Nest of Quetzalcóatl, in Naucalpan.

This Tuesday, on her Instagram account, the artist behind the hit Saoko shared a series of photographs where he showed his stay at the hotel Four Seasons and a visit to the popular tourist space located in the State of Mexico.

The Nest of Quetzalcóatl, a green corner of Naucalpan

In the portraits of El Nido, Rosalía boasted various structures of this project, that combines architecture and nature and is located on Bosque de los Remedios street number 29, Paseos del Bosque neighborhood.

In addition, the artist got on a kind of boat to tour the small lake of the natural enclosure.

It highlights that the singer’s publication was filled with positive comments from her fans, for example: “ANDwas in Naucalpan, it is the closest we have been“, “I love you”, “Mexico loves you”, “Come soon again to CdMx”, “Icónica” and “Don’t go”.

Nest of Quetzalcóatl, the emblematic place that Rosalía visited

The Quetzalcoatl’s Nest is an architectural project of 10 apartments built on a wooded lot in Naucalpan, State of Mexico. This work has rooms full of light and spaces surrounded by reflecting pools and oak forests.

The main structure is the body of Quetzalcóatl, malleable and made of ferro-cement with an iridescent color; golden emerald that combines with a deep violet blue, like the feathers of the quetzal. The building tries to imitate the shape of a snake.

How much does it cost to stay at Nido de Quetzalcóatl?

Staying in this dream place has a cost of 7 thousand 67 pesosbut you must consider that the minimum stay is two nights, for which you must pay 14 thousand 134 pesos. The reservation is made only through Airbnb.

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Reference from www.milenio.com

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