Cityexpress Insurgentes Sur
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the heart of the city is a magnificent building. Surrounding this great central square were any number of fine old buildings - the inside of the main post office is delightful.
One day we spent with an Eat Mexico Culinary Tour (www.eatmexico.com). Our guide was Anais Martinez, a native Mexico City resident, she is a food stylist with a degree in gastronomy from the Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana. She's a passionate foodie who knows her stuff and ...
... very long for the bus. One bus arrived and was already full but the driver shouted into the crowed that he has some more space for 10 people to stand. And we ran to get the space (we just remember the bus story of our Chichen Itza trip). A few minutes of driving some people got off the bus and also we could sit.
It was a wonderful day. The pyramide area was busy, but it was still more relaxed than e.g. Chichen Itza. The ...
... to relax and get ready for dinner which is at the boutique hotel Los Alcobas. This is a stunning hotel from the lobby all the way through to the minute details of each room. They are all boutique, and have wonderful designs. We enjoy a truly spectacular dinner overseen by the food and beverage manager. No one can say no to lamb!. We are treated like kings and queens and on full stomachs we head back to the Four Seasons for a night cap, talking and laughing till ...
... ended our "5 hour tour." That must not have included driving time or something, because there was no way we could have returned that quickly, no matter what. But, with the game in there too, it turned into a 10 hour tour! No one complained one bit--we saw the game! After that long day, back at the hotel I picked up my suitcase, we ordered room service (cheap in Mexico), and then we chilled.
The next morning we headed back to Sanborns to ...
... structures I've seen, and the nearby VIP cinema, where we watched The Monuments Men while eating popcorn and drinking amaretto. A unique combo I've never tried before. We finished with some shopping in one of the major malls. Now that I'm back, I've told all my colleagues about how positively surprised I was with the city. I believe at least a few of them will take the time to fly there. It's two hours from Cancun, but definitely worth ...