Boutique Hotel de Cortes
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
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I feel like the guy Tom Hanks played in that movie I haven't seen. I'm having an airport transfer day en-route to the Caribbean. Not much to report; someone's bag got stuck in the luggage chute for 10 minutes, prices in Mexico City are approaching European levels, a 600gram steak is really big. It seems the Internet server for most of Mexico is in Florida. Looking forward to the ocean sunrise ...
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... a lot of gay looking men and Bobbie said it may be a gay pride parade, the more we looked the more we saw multi colored flags, gay men and women and transvestites. Pretty soon we came across the road that runs past the Zocalo and it confirmed our suspicions, a parade of colorful people, crazy costumes, fake boobs on men, men dressed as women and all sorts of craziness came rolling past. We had landed in the middle of Mexico's gay day ...
... and Karin came and found me there! Sadly the enchilada making class was a very basic one of how to drown tortillas in a green tomato sauce!! From there we went upstairs to watch the salsa class and laugh a little at all the exhuberance of some of the eager beavers to learn some moves so they could pick up chicas and chicos! After an awesome three days in Mexico City, I said goodbye to Silke and headed for the bus terminal to jump on another bus to Oaxaca for day of the ...
... street taco, lighting my mouth for a solid hour. Mexico City, extremely safe around Plaza Garibaldi was more developed than I had envisaged. Department stores, designer brands and expensive rooftop restaurants were common to entice the tourist.
Instantly Sarah and I found a bar and were pleasantly invited by a group of school teachers (partying on ...