Camino Real Aeropuerto
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
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... by motorised long tail boat another hour up river. We parked up on the river bank and headed off to explore Yaxchilan. One of the first things that met us was a family of black howler monkeys. Not long after a group of spider monkeys came swinging through the trees like a scene from a movie. Yaxchilan would at one point have been completely enveloped by the surrounding Jungle. The most striking feature was a large oblong building which sat atop a tall hill, fronted by a ...
... is not really a concern. Yesterday was our first real day in the city so myself and a couple of the crew went down to a museum of fine art. It was nice, but not really my thing. It was, however, really nice to get out and see some of the culture. I am hoping to eventually go out more today and see a little more of the country.
... fast I nearly came out of the cart because I didn't buckle in tight enough. The ride was very fast, the corners were taken at ridiculous speeds and the drops made you feel weightlessness, which is a feeling I don't enjoy. It was a bit of a thrill, Bobbie screamed the whole way and at the end something jumped out from the side and she shrieked that loud the people in the back of the cart laughed. The whole thing scared the **** out of me, I'm not big on fast rides ...
... parks I’ve ever seen. This presented an opportunity to play with tame squirrels and hang out at an excellent zoo, starting a trend on the trip towards spending as much time with animals and nature as possible.
Our first encounter with Mexican food was met with mixed success – delicious fillings, but an unknown and initially unpleasant taste/smell was ever present and wafting from most comedors we passed. ...
Next we visited Guadalupe Shrine. The Basilica de Santa Maria de Guadalupe is the primary place for worship in all of Mexico. It honors Our Lady of Guadalupe. The blue-mantled Virgin ...