Camino Real Club And Suites
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... person who may have painted it 1700 years ago, I have seen some incredible things on this trip and this is another one on the pile, and a must do if you come to Mexico. One thing I didn't like was the people trying to sell me useless **** every step of the way, I don't care if they are outside in street stalls but half way up a ******* pyramid?!!
But, alas, I have a flight at **** O'Clock in the morning so that is it for Mexico city, Mexico and ...
Today was another busy day out in the sun and heat--nothing like what you folks back home have been facing, but still hot enough to make things a bit uncomfortable when you're walking on the pavement in one of the largest central plazas in the world under a blazing hot Mexican sun!
However, it wasn't an early day. None of my days have been, which is wonderful because I'm still working on replenishing a ...
... Get there early otherwise you will be in one of the longest queues I have ever seen spiralling down the pyramid and around its base.. get the metro to Autobuses Del Norte station and then a 1 hour bus for 85 pesos… Beats paying the hostel $57 for their tour!
Bars – don’t miss La Condessa. Awesome bohemian area with heaps of cool bars.
Lucha Libre – You must go to the wrestling. The crowd takes it seriously and is a load of ...
... and Spanish and German and a bit of Chinese!) Nothing like a multilingual 3 year old to make you feel underachieved! This couple we're on the road for a year with their three kids (10, 8 and almost 4), travelling from San Francisco to South America. It didn't take long for us to click, amazing people (and they made a good cuppa!), amazing stories of travels present and past. Our last night we lit a campfire and sat around sharing stories and ...
... polar bear, who was not there again and I'm pretty sure they don't have one. The Siberian tiger who again was too far away to see. The Gorilla, who we saw momentarily, until he walked into his cave. The lions, who were again missing in action. We went back to the Jaguars which I was stoked on because they were up and about, we watched two black jaguars playing with a tyre and one even jumped up onto a high rock. The spotted jaguar was sitting right in front ...