Costa del Sol Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... He was pretty slick about his errands apart from trying to pay four times as much as he needed to for tomatoes. The woman chuckled and thanked him for his tip. He got back here as quickly as possible, showering, dressing and grabbing some 'breakfast to go' in quick succession. We had an appointment to keep. We got on the metro and headed towards Tuxpan Road, a place we've been to once before. At this point, we should apologise; we have ...
... these years, temptations doesn't tempt me anymore. It is more of discipline and patience. And a lot of faith.
Mexico is a beautiful country. I admit, I was biased. Before coming here, I actually went to Google Maps street view and have a glance at what my environment would be like. I wasn't actually thrilled to be honest. It seemed so run-down and "dirty" from the Google Map street view. I guessed I had expected beautiful streets ...
Ship's position : LAT - 31.52.98N LONG - 117.22.53W Ship's speed : 12.3 knots Wind speed : 19.2 knots (22.1mph) Temperature (midday) : 16c / 60.8f Temperature (mid evening) : 15c / 59f Sunrise : 7.31am Sunset : 6.26pm Time : GMT -7 hours Another good night's sleep, from which I awoke feeling much better. Sadly, it was short lived and by the time I stumbled into action at around 9am, the aches and shivers had returned, although perhaps to a lesser degree than yesterday. I ...
... Cathedral on one side -- we went in for a peek but it was in the middle of Sunday services and jam-packed full of people, so we left. On a second side, there's the Presidential Palace, which is closed to tourism but you can see it from the outside. The third side had another palace, brightly decorated for Christmas. There were some enthusiastic costumed street performers dancing with feathered hats to the beat of drums just outside. The fourth side appears to be mostly ...
We live in Polanco, an upscale area of Mexico City. Polanco is home to some of the wealthiest families in Mexico along with celebrities and politicians. We often feel that we are the poorest people living here. Polanco has lots of ...