Fiesta Inn Ecatepec
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... floor to the 6th, which is a giant room housing a bajillion Rodin sculptures and others', but we should have taken the elevator and worked our way down. I wasn't feeling too good, and the heat and clamminess I was feeling (as a result of dehydration and sunstroke from yesterday) only made things worse. But I managed. It got to be so overwhelming--the sheer number of art pieces! My god!--that we began byp************ sections in order to ...
... sons, and pins for Badi and the guard. It ended to be a late one catching up with Sara before turning in. Apparently back in the day, the hostel used to house multiple families who shared communal amenities such as kitchen, bathroom and dance hall. Now it is a refurbished and picturesque Spanish villa with open air sitting areas with fountain and large aviary filled with canaries. It is highly secure with video cameras and security guard posted ...
... the girls, Suzie and Donna] were conked, soaking up some sun. Madame Butterfly, what gives? One landed on my shirt, allowing me to commune with nature. There is nothing dirty in that statement, Dave; mind out of the gutter.
With time, the monarchs came our way, allowing for some interaction. Out of the woods, Peta, came a man with a machete but no issues this time. Most people had drifted away from the viewing zone so I suggested to Sid that the group was 'butterflied ...
... no one seems to know what the actual number is, but including all the suburbs reaches about 22 Million), but arriving at 1am on a Monday morning and then having to stand in a queue to get one of the 'Secure’ taxis for another hour was pretty ridiculous… especially when you need a **** but don’t dare leave your stuff and fear that you are going to lose your place and have to start completely from scratch. The taxi driver then had absolutely no idea where to go, ...
... Coyoacan is the place to be relaxing and enjoying life on a Sunday...and this is just what we did. It is also the area synonymous with the famous Frida Kahlo (she was born there and lived most of her life there) and it was where Leon Trostky eventually chose to live after he was exiled from Russia. As we were on the skint side we were hoping that the museums dedicated to these fascinating people would be on the cheaper ...