Hotel Best Western Taxco
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... a full-time gardener, cook/maid and a house boy! Can you imagine? A full-time houseboy??? He was like a butler and makes any arrangements for the couple - calls a taxi, answers the door, arranges for tours, etc., etc. He lives upstairs and manages the house. He made us fantastic frozen margaritas and the cook made us appetizers. Talk about being spoiled. Look who is talking. We have a gardener who comes three full days a week to tend the garden and a lady who cleans for us.
... thousands of tourists (mostly Americans (USA)). This was built by the Mayas
around 100-200 A.D. We arrived there in the late afternoon and the sight of those
two pyramids was astonishing. It wasn’t that tall as the Eiffel Tower but it
has two times the width of the Eiffel Tower. Also, the surface, on which the
pyramids are located, is enormous. This is because it had to be accessible for
200.000 Mayas for the sacrificial rituals. We ...
... sitting in the sunshine having a coffee with one of the Danish guys (from the castle where I attended my first party!). It just felt so relaxed chatting and being joined by various other people from time to time as they passed by on their way to or from classes. It was reassuring to hear him say that he doesn’t want to go out partying the whole time as he feels he needs to focus on studying. I had just assumed it was because I am a bit ...
... roofs. Very European looking like Spain or Greece. And Taxco
is on a mountain, or mountains, so all of the buildings are scattered
all over. Very interesting. Lunch provided a ...
... at times!!!!
We stayed in the prettiest hotel which was a group of old buildings joined together by corridors and entrances. A little bit spooky when you're walking around in the dark trying to avoid your partner!! Nath and I eventually met up and walked around the beautiful Zocalo and watched a couple of elaborate weddings in the main church. The Zocalo was busy with performers and buskers, hawkers ...