Casa de Siete Balcones
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... on his wrist for three weeks. After making an appointment for three weeks later, and paying roughly US$27 for the doctor’s visit and US$7 for the wrist brace, we went on our way, less than 45 minutes after we had arrived. Under the circumstances, it had been a pleasant experience.
One more story. This doesn’t fit into the theme of the blog, but it’s too good for me to pass up. Micah and Zola have ...
... a huge gazebo and gardens, and there are people EVERYWHERE. Lots of families about and even at night I would feel very safe here. After a long bus trip in a very small mini bus, on pretty much no food, through some of the windiest countryside I have ever seen, I was keen to eat. There are restaurants surrounding the edge of the Zocalo with tables spilling out onto the pavement. I picked a busy one, sat down and had a beer. Next thing a Mexican guy wanders past handing ...
... honestly, I don’t have the energy for it now… sometime soon, I promise I will). It’s clean and private and all my own! I have my own bed and bathroom, with a fabulous view of the mountains. Of course, it’s quite warm here, so I keep the windows open. Unlike the States, there aren’t screens in the windows, so I’m a little concerned about how the “bug situation” will work out… I’m trying not ...
... we loaded up and walked the 25mins to the bus station, even in the cool of the night we were still sweating buckets and wished we'd caught a taxi or bus. Still we got to the bus station early and sat and waited until our bus was ready to leave. While we were waiting, a Mexican chap came over and asked if we could fill in his questionnaire for his studies. We happly did this to help him out and to pass the time and it was soon time to board the bus. ...
... in Mexicn cities. One side is taken up by the cathedral and two of the others by old colonial style buildings which have been converted into restaurants. It was a very balmy evening and the place was packed with people eating, talking or just sitting around taking in the view. There were a lot of shoe shine places with chairs under blue awnings and vendors selling street food – mostly hamburgers and hot dogs.
Walked back to the hotel along cobbled streets lined ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking