Fiesta Inn Cuautitlan
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... finally got round to getting his hair cut. A short walk from the flat, he found the local barbers and stepped inside. It wasn't the experience he had been expecting. He paid over the odds but this wasn't just any old hair cut, it was a phenomenon. As he sat down and was gowned up, the drinks trolley was wheeled over. Ben was offered a choice of drinks (including spirits and mixers). Almost simultaneously, a guy walked over to offer a selection of magazines. Too ...
Arrived at the breakfast room to find it had shut early! So we hit the interstate for our drive back to San Antonio, arriving around lunchtime. We were again drawn to the Riverwalk so had a final stroll along, noticing how few people there now - and no purple-clad footy fans!
We ended up at the Hyatt Q Kitchen again and enjoyed lunch there accompanied by a frozen margarita, our farewell toast to Texas - and the ...
... so knew I was on my way! Seat as great as ever, sitting next to a guy called Adrian that was an Information System auditor and was travelling all over Mexico and Southern US for work. After interesting chat the partition went up and I spent the next 11.5 hours doing the following; trying to drink 3:1 water to alcohol as always get headache on planes reading Spanish phrase book and practicing aloud ( I'm in a pod, no one can hear me!) ...
Early morning run and some exercise through the forest behind the house and I was feeling fresh it has only been a week and already feel lazy need to continue to exercise everyday I know it's hard but it's well worth it. Went to a local market just down the road and tried huichas the Mexican food is very similar with different names also a ...
... If you don't want sugar, you have to tell it to the waiter before ordering. In general, everything is served with lots of sugar which can be annoying. There are many governmental campaigns against sugared food and drinks, but it seems that the Mexicans just like it sweet :-)
NOT TO MISS
We had pretty hard time finding coffeehouses in the city, they are not so many. And, as I just mentioned, if you just order cafe con leche you should be aware of ...