Boutique Hotel de Cortes
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... and clothing, jewelry and art crafts but from all over the world. We went really late so the place was packed and so it was hard to enjoy it but I do think it is a wonderful initiative and a great event to attend.
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This was something I had been wanting to do for a long time. Basically one of the most important avenues in Mexico city is closed to the traffic from 9 in the morning to 2 in the afternoon on Sundays to ...
... Only scooters and motorcycles were making any pace, bobbing and weaving amongst traffic. Sid said his Mexican genetics told him we would arrive in 35M and 42S [he was low]. The worst thing about meeting him is doing so on a short trip. Our crawl allowed Sid to give Pedro his money. The surprising thing about the traffic is at this time of the day back home the slow pace is leaving the city; here, it was the opposite.
There were two large protests in the DF today. One was ...
... awhile, I got up and walked some more, making some purchases as I went. A pants suit, a blouse, necklace and ceramics.
I then went outside to wait for my cab who had just pulled up. I got in and back to the "Tree House" I went. By now I was hungry and asked again where to eat and was told by "Ricardo" that just up the street was a place that had the best "Tuna" sandwich ever. Off I went. I will ...
... hour, the bus was first class and we got seats near the tv, they were playing the longest yard, an Adam sander movie about prison mates playing football, only thing was it was in Spanish. We got to Cuernavaca and got in a cab that took us to our hotel, hotel Rio. This hotel is 4 star and cost a little more than our budget, but we got a great deal online and thought we would indulge. The room was great, the hotel has a outdoor ...
... sit around playing games to kill time. After this, it was time for lunch and instead of stopping by one of the fancy places with patios facing the square, we decided to hit the market which was a great choice. A fantastic choice.
It was on this trip our first meal in a market. We ate at a seafood joint and had amazing dishes. Firstly they gave us a prawn soup as a free starter. Probably made from the heads, this soup when added with lime and crackers was yum-mo. I ...