Camino Real Aeropuerto
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Stayed at the Camino Real Aeropuerto, adjacent to Terminal One via an overhead walkway. Not only convenient, but got a good rate (Air Canada uses for short layovers) and a very cool central courtyard around the hotel lobby which goes up 7 floors, so that when you're at the door to your room you can look down to the lobby area. Also, the …
... baby. Especially excruciating was wondering how long to let her ride out her health issues and be in pain. I was ending too many days in tears from built up stress and guilt.
I know that there are many mommies living just fine here in Mexico City. I am not joining the “mommy wars” pitting my beliefs and decisions against another mom’s. Our family is making what we feel is the best decision for our child and the well being of ...
... pre-paid ticket to that zone and then go and get the cab. It was not a bad journey at all, I've certainly been in more hair-raising driving situations, Africa, for example and soon arrived at the Chillout Flat B&B. What a welcome - Eloisa and David are the loveliest couple and made me feel so welcome, David is the meet & greet guy and showed me all around the place, which is arty & quirky just as I imagined and so I dumped my bags and headed off to a small ...
... and saw some traditional Aztec Dancers doing their thing. Picked up some iced coffees for ourselves and were halfway through them when we realized ice=water and probably not the best idea for us to start our Mexican adventure with a bout of illness. Strolled around the Palacio de Bellas Artes where we saw some pretty cool Diego Rivera murals and allowed ourselves to feel cultured all the while wondering if/when the sickness would begin!
Today we visited the basilica(s) de Guadalupe in the northern part of Mexico City. A lot of Mexican families were out for the day (Saturday) so there were swarms of people in the streets. The basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe is actually composed of two churches: the old one is the traditional church with a steep incline (think ...