Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro Historico
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... very alive and could have been people living today. The women in the images tended to adopt quite servile attitudes. On a lighter note, there were some gigantic sombreros atop some of the 19th Century heads. Outside, we ate lunch in the sun, blinded by the plaza's paving. Little did we know that we had fallen into a trap. Students come here to interview native English-speakers as part of their homework. We conducted three ...
... t started it when we got in so he couldn't use it. We insisted again that he starts it, and when he saw that we would not have it any other way, he started the counter. We rolled up the windows and saw his license and took a picture of it. We finally got there and paid him the amount showing on the counter. He started arguing that the counter was started a minute or two after we got in the cab and blah blah blah... I just wanted to tell him ...
... move and head for some more sunshine, as I've got to make the most of it while I can. I am really not prepared for going home, with only two weeks to go I was shivering in Mexico City when the night temperature hit 10 degrees; how will I cope with single digits in London! I headed down to the airport in the early morning and bagged a seat on a flight heading south to Puerto Escondido; beach here I ...
... because it was such a nice sunny day we would finally go out on Chapultepec lake for a paddle boat in the sun. We caught a taxi there and went straight out into the paddle boat, it was awesome out on the lake, but it seemed like everyone had the same idea because there was heaps of other people out in boats so it was kind of crowded in parts, especially in shaded areas under trees. We were out on the water a little over an hour and ...
... got across and I had it all cleaned and re-dressed and was able to obtain a prescription for some antibiotics. Drugged up and certainly feeling a few negative side effects I went for my walking tour of the city, mainly wandering around the zocalo (Central Square), the churches and cathedral. In pain, tired and not feeling to great I decided I would make a better go of it the following day.