Camino Real Aeropuerto
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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... pyramids in the world. Once again the Mayans didn't **** around with build quality and it is very well maintained, you can even walk up and get a ripper of a view from the top, I got a curious look or 2 for being the only one giving it a crack in Jandals, but I know there isn't much the humble Jandal can't do, can climb a pyramid, just don't try walking in the Walkabout. One of the most fascinating things was seeing original paint work and thinking ...
... into the city itself proved to be quite a challenge with heavy traffic and confusing junctions, but the three of us managed to stay together and reached the hotel without any problems. I can't say that this is the most beautiful city I have ever seen, but the historic centre is well worth a visit with its art museum, cathedral, basilica and retro skyscraper! We had a delicious meal in Azul Historico - certainly to be recommended if you ever go ...
... We made our way around a lot quicker because most of the stuff we had seen and we were only stopping to see the good stuff. In the snake enclosure we saw some pretty incredible snakes, like the Burmese python and the anaconda. There were lots of rattle snakes and turtles but I was surprised they had no Australian snakes considering we have some of the deadliest in the world. We went back to a few enclosures where we couldn't see the animal the day before ...
... And indeed it was. But best of all - I had it practically all to myself. There was only one other visitor there at the same time as me (according to the entry list) and I never came across him. This left me free to take plenty of pictures and explore the site as I wished. I have included a few photos of the site for you, but won't go into too much detail in the main body of the blog as otherwise I will almost definitely bore you. More exciting was my experience of ...
... is non-verbal and thatīs probably how I managed to get around, asking people for directions. I have no guidebook with me. I also donīt have a dictionary or Spanish phrasebook.
I took the Metro from Oceania, nearest train station from the airport. Itīs around 10-15 mins walk. I should have alighted at Garibaldi to see the Mariachis perform at the Garibaldi plaza, but somehow I decided to change stations and head towards Bellas Artes. Instinct.