Hotel Casa Bella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... around and people watched for a while, until the smell of weed half-knocked us over. We saw hippies, soccer moms, college students, and every other kind of person you can think of enjoying the music. Vendors had set up shop along the grass around the monument, and people were selling clothing, jewelry, and drums. I will never, ever forget this experience; it's impossible to explain it!
We grabbed lunch at a nearby taco ...
... a wide selection of tequila. I hung out there until they called my flight, following the Habs vs. Pens game on play-by-play via WiFi. (Habs are in first place -- WOOT!)
The two-hour flight to Mexico City was uneventful and we landed relatively on schedule. Yes, I was flying two hours west in order to come back northeast, which felt a bit silly, except when you consider that I started my trip in Mexico City, so it was the most logical ticket I could have ...
... Falls and got to appreciate the natural wonder up close. I was surprised by how much of a tourist site Niagara Falls was. Of course, I had expected it to be popular with tourists but I had not expected the surrounding area to share a resemblance with the likes of Southend-on-Sea and Blackpool. I’m not complaining about it though, the plethora of attractions meant that we were never bored and we got to enjoy places including the Coke and Hershey’s ...
... all along the water with information panels about how the waterways has been used over the years. Also provides great views across the waterway and back towards the old city. Once I reached the old city I went to the Notre-Dame basilica, I paid my $5 and went inside. It was really amazing. I waited 20mins for the next guided tour. Took that time to sit back and relax. The tour was very informative, from the begin gone of the French coming over to try and make a perfect society ...
... thing. A short walk to the other side of the park got us to the lake where lots of families were BBQing which always makes the stomach rumble.
We carried on into town to 'Frites Alors' for lunch. Poutine is apparently a favourite of the discerning French Canadian so it had to be tried. Fries covered in cheese curds and gravy. Heavy greasy and and not exactly tasty. I thought the French were masters of cuisine. Glad I had it but it will ...