Hilton Mexico City Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Mexico City Airport
Conveniently located in the Mexico City airport. You don't even have to leave, cross a street or a bridge. Serves as a drop-off, you can leave your luggage with the concierge and either taka another flight or a bus and return to hotel.
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... America. After perusing other divers exhibits set up in a wonderful, roomy space, we found our way back to the apartment (via a couple of wrong turns!) After some late lunch, Ben applied for our American visa exemptions for the final (very short) leg of our trip. During the process, he had to answer perfectly reasonable questions along the lines of, 'are you planning on engaging in any genocide whilst you are in the country': ...
... over the moon that Mexican food in Mexico was only a few hours away. Filled out my forms and was relieved for now he just stamped and I was on my way. Still had another hour to wait for my friend renya who is a friend of mine from America who I met in China I love contacts. I got some money out from my best friend banemex as I get free withdrawals. I then proceeded into seven eleven to change some smaller bills as the notes as usual in developing countries are a weeks salary ...
We drove along the second longest Avenue, "Avenidade los Insurgente" that is in the world behind the one in Buenos Aires. He told us about the places that we were passing along the way that was extremely poor. 12 million people living there off to our right. Most with no running water or electricity. How are they living I think to myself. Barely. They do what they have to.
... a la Mexicana" (Mexican style beef), so of course this was the perfect opportunity to try a brand new recipe... no pressure. Thankfully, Madeline agreed to work together at this.
When explained, this dish did not seem complicated at all, so we figured 1hr of prep and cook time should do it. All I have to say is that I am glad we had more help and time than forecasted! Siofra (a visiting sister from Ireland) gave us a ...
... Canada really should improve their music options. My system had the bad habit of wanting to stay at full blast volume. Looked at the high brow AC magazine before omelette with spinach came along. Lots of resting otherwise with some glancing at the National Post.
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