Fiesta Inn Periferico Sur
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... frequently. As I write this we are without water every night and weekend mornings (which we have been dealing with on and off for over a year), a sewer gas leak in our home has grown stronger with measurable levels of methane and other toxic gases (another issue unresolved after a year), and water leaks are forming bubbles in multiple places on walls and ceilings and warping wood floors that are soon to become areas of mold if they are not ...
... and crowding around the food and craft stalls lining the sidewalks. It was like Hyde Park on steroids, and hotter, and with more people. I was in awe.
We took a small bus home (cost about 75c for the ride) and walked through the streets back to Lomas de Sotelo. I feel so blessed, you have no idea: we come home and Vanessa's mom sets about making me lunch! And she won't let me help her! I'm told this is a very ...
... like lotions de Santisima Muerte, mistic oils, etc. There are even special powders for luck in love or for getting more clients for your business.
There is a lot to see in Mexico City, that's why we extended our stay to one week, instead of the initially planned four days. One of the most important sites for the Mexican is the Basilica de Guadalupe. On 12.12. everyone is going to visit the virgin. We chose to go a few days before that, ...
... In the morning went over to Teosomethingorother, some old Aztec pyramids which are like a pretty big deal apparently. The bus only took about an hour, but on the journey across, full bag searches and photographs of everyone on the bus due some previous armed robberies on the same route. Nothing like making you feel secure. Then when I arrived, two of the main pyramids were fairly decent but the place was kind of ruined by the number of really annoying touts trying to flog you ...
... I should have brushed up on my Spanish before I left!
We arrived at the hostel with no mishaps and up the stairs to our room. The first thing we hear upon ascending the steps is "Irish yeah?". Naturally the first people we meet in Mexico City would be two lads from Tipp and Westmeath sunburned from head to toe. After a few minutes banter it was straight to bed as we had been up for around 24 hours at this stage. Woke up to the sound of a ...