Hotel Boutique Casa Vieja Mexico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 628 ft) above sea level. The site of the hill was a sacred place for Aztecs, and the buildings atop it have served several purposes during its history, including that of Military Academy, Imperial residence, Presidential home, observatory, and presently, the Museo Nacional de Historia.
... it and decided that's what I would do.
On the way I talked to the taxi driver and he told me that the taxis don't go right up to the door, but he'd show me where I'd need to go to be picked up. Well, I thought, if I did end up having to walk after all, at least I'll have seen exactly where I needed to walk to. So, I still felt pretty good about everything, and then found out it was all for nothing! The 100 meters that the first lady referred to ...
... and trying out just about every café in our neighborhood of Polanco.
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However, we have had one big change! Dixie is losing her status as our only child:
... and restaurant were located. I thought it was done from the Holiday Inn Zocalo where I stayed two years ago. Couldn't recall the name of the Cafe El Popular Restaurante but found it. I had a Tampico plate and Jim had one from Oaxaca. Dark Bohemia beers were the beverage tonight 100 MP. Alan, I went back for old time's sake.
My dish was very filling. It had steak, chicken in a large taco shell, a salad, refried beans, some guacamole and ...
... get there pictures, key rings, pendants and other assorted Guadalupe merchandise. After having a look we moved on the the old basilica, this one was a lot smaller inside, but the roof was very high and was painted similar to the sixteenth chapel, there were lots of big religious painting and chandeliers and some people started playing guitars and violins and singing while people prayed. We were taking lots of photos and being very touristy, Bobbie was really enjoying it ...