Camino Real Pedregal
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... in the universal language that escapes many of us, yet lingers in our bodies like a dormant volcano ready to spew. It was a reminder that love still exists and it is out there...for every last one of us.
My 6th grade social studies project was a report on Ancient Egypt. My imagination was dwarfed by the simple image of the pyramids. How were these built and why? It was a question that stuck with me through the report. I remember thinking to and ...
... the cheesy lights still blinking from christmas. In any way, the mexicans love cheesy decoration in any form. At 5pm I got woken up by a real rooster - not the one usually coming out of my phone. Literally, I got the feeling I rather stay on the countryside than in one of the biggest cities in the world. Just to imagen how big Mexiko DF really is: The whole population of Austria fits 4,5 times only into Mexiko DF!!!
After having my ...
... radishes, and avocado dominated my bowl), and a kind of boiled corn that expands when heated, served with garnishes of onion and chillies and eaten with fried tortillas. I also had more than my fill of Coca Cola (which, by the way, is made with cane sugar here in Mexico, so it tastes AMAZING and so much better than the corn syrup-y soda we drink at home! Can someone start a petition to get this **** in ...
... and beaten to centre stage in town before being judged to death by cross. He then has to drag a cross to the highest point of the town where he is crucified. But he is not alone as the general public bring their own crosses and drag them as well. One guy I spoke to had a cross weighing 95 kilo’s!!! Everyone does it, man and child… There are crosses everywhere. A spectacular event… Catch the metro to Itzapalapa and the action is a short walk away. ...
... jump over into the next line which luckily the people there didn't mind. We got on the plane to Guadalajara and were glad we weren't staying in the US if the people were like the useless fat *******s at customs! With the 1 hour flight from Guadalajara to Mexico City the only thing between us and a shower and a bed we were pretty ready to finish our journey...then the flight was delayed 2 hours. More time cramped up on little airport seats in a weird ...