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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... scrambled eggs. Katie had organised a British style Christmas lunch for 11 people, and lots of different people had helped make different bits - pigs in blankets from Loretta, Turkey by sanny, Katie did veg, and daisy did gravy. As well as Katie's friends there were a few other Christmas visitors - Loretta's parents were over from Liverpool, Denise's sister from Madrid, and Lana's mum from reading. It was a lovely family atmosphere, finished off with cranium and piņata bashing :-) ...
... s house which, is where we were going to stay for the rest of our trip.
The next day, I was shaken awake by a skeleton. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH! I screamed until I realized it was just my friend who painted ...
... exert a strange spell over each other and although they divorced over Rivera's affair with Frida's own sister, a year later they got remarried as just couldn't seem to be apart. Unfortunately, as the years passed, Frida's health deteriorated and she endured 22 operations and finally her right leg was amputated, due to gangrene. A year later she died. She was only 47 years old. Many of the themes and motifs in her work are intensely personal and due to her pelvic ...
... work, to a bar close to the hotel. It was packed and we were the only gringos. The drinking age is 18 in Mexico but it is not strictly enforced; no kidding. Somebody bought me a Pacifico beer. It was all I could do to finish it. Sid left us to our devices.
The two beers had finished me off. I went back to the hotel. Jim was still up. He told me that when Kent first spoke to the waiter at the restaurant he said 'buenos nachos': duh! Bed a bit before the witching hour.
Cincoooooooooo Pesoooooooooooooo.. Probably the first words you'll hear whichever way you arrive into Mexico City. There are four main bus terminals but all of them have a giant market outside, with old ladies shouting and selling **** pretty much 24/7. It’s quite the initiation into one of the world’s largest cities but certainly lets you know you’ve arrived and doesn’t really ease up the whole time you are there.
I’d arrived a little ...