Arriva Express Plaza Del Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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10 o'clock in the morning? What happened? It seems like I just went to bed a few hours ago. That's right, I did. My free breakfast! Oh no. Hurriedly, I take a quick shower ( twice a day down here with the heat and humidity, throw on some clothes and blend into the breakfast group. Either I outsmarted her or she doesn't care. I like to think it was me. I have the usual, today pineapple. I'm finishing up the blog from last ...
... town and take few pictures. Merida is a really nice town, super clean and everything is close. The streets are kinda cool as well, what i picture Cuba to be like. I walked around town for maybe an hour or two, ensuring I was back the hostel by 7pm. The hostel has free salsa classes every night, and I love free so I of course attended. It was so much fun. I really wanna keep doing salsa, figure it's good for the fitness and a lot fun. I can't remember ...
... lunch in the Parián, a lovely plaza flanked by columned arcades and surrounded by restaurants and bars. Over a hundred years old, it occupies a full city block. Afterwards a visit to the market before walking back to the bus stop to await our luxury bus with A/C. But, you guessed it, the scruffy local bus turns up first.
Back in the centre we cross busy Plaza Tapatía towards the Instituto Cultural Cabañas, where we are scheduled ...
... these folks to help bring up their businesses, as they have in the past. Those folks that came by on this night were local expats that made the long-term commitment to stay in Mexico, rather than return every six months like the snowbirds do. We were also honored to have a few of the area’s local entertainers as part of our audience. Time flies when you’re having fun. Our three-hour show was done before we knew it. We had spent the evening with ...
... great weather for their Mexican holiday.
We were a little worried about the preparation of the Wall for the Tepehua Mural project. The rains started right when the men had a load of sand delivered for resurfacing the wall. Carlos told us that when he got there, the rivers of water were taking the sand down the mountain, away from the work site. It all ended well though and the wall has been resurfaced and ready for Step Two - priming/sealing. We are not ...