HauSuites & Spa By Dominion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... across the road from us! Here, Teresa learnt what is propably her favourite phrase, 'Dos cerveza de Barril', haha! We had a good chat with the waitress, Karina, who we found is from Oaxaca, well, we were the only customers in, so we were all she could talk to, haha!
Finally back home, we are greeted by our host Giselle, her old school friend from France and her 13 year old daughter, Carla! They invite us to join them for a drink and some sushi, so being polite, well it's ...
... We only stayed for the first half because we needed to catch the bus to Puebla, and unfortunately Mexico didn't score during that time period. However, there were some close calls and it was just incredible the energy! Now, I know that these events can lead to some dangerous situations, but we commented on the fact that any worries melted away when we saw the police who were stationed there walking around eating popcorn like the rest of the crowd. ...
... stairwell depicting the history of Mexico from 1521 to 1930 is titled "The Epic of the Mexican People".
... us to try and get some food. It was really cute and sat at our chairs for a while.
One day we made an outing to Taxco. This is the unofficial silver capital of the world. Until recently the mines from this area produced most of the silver in the world. Today there are still a few mines left but mostly the silver is in all the shops catering for the tourists. It is a really cute town on a mountain side with narrow, cobblestoned streets. There is also a really ...
We were wanting to catch a bus from Mexico City to San Cristobal that night and the receptionist at the hotel told us of a local bus that could be taken- which instead of $110 NZ would only cost us $35NZ each (sounded appealing!). To get tickets for this- we first had to take the metro to this suburb a while away (and was not really as nice as the one we were staying in- the police man gave us crazy looks as we walked past him but we found we were fine). We then had to ...