El Marques Hacienda Hotel
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... to an observation patio, with AMAZING views of a very cool city. I took a nap, I slept until about 9:30am.
After my nap I took a shower and then went downstairs. Aunt Lucy introduced me to her house maid and I spoke with Aunt Lucy through her iPad and a google app. It was fun to tell her who I was and why I was traveling. I also explained that my friends were coming to BJX on Friday and that I'd be staying with them once they arrived. The ...
... of the group that was there, two were hard-core Brazil fans and most of the rest were also Brazil fans, though there were some Germany fans. Well, that game will go down in history. Germany annihilated Brazil--on their own turf. First off, that was the first time Brazil had ever lost an "official" game on their own turf. Secondly, the final score was 7-1. You don't see scores like that in the World Cup. What was most shocking, though, was ...
... got to know her a little bit through her stories of going out and getting smashed – didn’t see it that night, but when I bumped into her again the following evening, I could definitely see what she was talking about ;)
Pretty much had a normal night, before leaving the next morning and meeting up with my second host Ray – who was originally from England darn Sarth, but had EXACTLY the same voice as Joe Magnall with a southern twist. I knew he was half ...
... over in my head what I needed to do to make sure I really hadn't forgot anything. I just couldn't accept I actually had all that free time!
After an hour or hour and a half I went back to work for the rest of the afternoon and evening. Sometime around 7 Armando came in and asked if I had time to play one game of Cuban dominos. There had been a picture of him and his family playing it in Mexico City with some friends ...
... doors can be seen around every corner. Houses are painted in greens, reds, yellows and pinks.
Most of the narrow streets and passageways are only for pedestrians, as roads for cars and buses are underground, in 25 huge tunnels. The tunnels were originally built in the 19th century to control heavy flooding from the river that ran through the centre of the city. Later a dam was built and the tunnels were made into underground roads. A great way to take traffic away from ...