Cityexpress Insurgentes Sur
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... the four floors, and atop the open lobby a spectacular stained glass ceiling that was designed by Tiffany. Javier, our friendly bellboy, took us to our room in the antique elevator with glass windows while giving us the history of the hotel. We found out it had been built as a huge department store in 1899, and they conveniently named the hotel something that would fit the initials C and M woven throughout the ceiling. The extra touches were great, like the personalized plate ...
... of the candles, I could see the grave decorated very clean. Everyone was remembering their lost ones, honoring them.
The next day, I was shaken awake in the morning AGAIN, by a beautiful girl in a ...
... that started the day before I left. So it's been nice to sleep in until 9:30 or so every day and enjoy my morning a bit before hitting the hustle and bustle of Mexico City's streets. Which is precisely what we did today at around 11:00, when Carmen and I caught a bus down to the subway station and then took the underground to the Zócalo. A lot of history inhabits this city square--it was an important ...
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For the third Christmas in a row we were not able to make it "home" to the U.S. However, this year the disappointment was made less so because we finally ...
... being there the entire time. My room was pretty much a cupboard, just big enough for a double matress, but it was nice to have my own little space (and right next to the intenet router!)
So Mexico City then… well despite it having so many people, it didn’t particularly feel that busy or stressful. There had previously been riots by teachers in the centre so riot police were still based everywhere and it generally felt one of the safest places to walk ...