Fiesta Inn Cuautitlan
- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Maximillan commissioned this grand avenue to lead to his imperial residence, Chapultepec Castle. More on the Castle tomorrow.
Check in to the hotel went smoothly. So we are off in search of dinner and cervezas. Tacos, the mainstay of the Hispanic diet, can be found on nearly every corner, day or night. Wondering around a bit on the lost side, eventually we found the Friday night Happy Hour walking street. ...
... medical Spanish was not very fluent. Glenda also lead our several week birth course which was invaluable. You can find more information here: Parto Humanizado
2) I believe I found one of the best obstetricians in Mexico City. Dr. Gilberto Ramírez Bergerón, is one of the most knowledgeable doctors I have met. He was right on target with ...
... to alleviate the heat in our place and were told nothing could be done outside of our own purchase of a few floor fans. Additionally, we were told if we tried to install an AC unit (at our own expense) we would be charged for any changes to the apartment and the rise in the electric bill. So, I tried to come up with my own ways to cool our ...
... singing or chanting, a couple of people on piggy-back, a man about to be sacrificed (or drawn and quartered), a head without a body. It was so different from other murals we have seen.
Another mural was really quite different, in that it had tremendous movement and chaos, while most other murals seemed to display an orderly procession. In this case, the mural is often thought to depict the internal clashes of the last years of the civilization, but no one ...
... building was covered in these blue Talavera tiles.
Passed Palacio de Bella Artes, Palacio de Correos - Post Office, Plaza Santo Domingo and the Convento de Santo Domingo.
Headed towards Salto Del Agua ...