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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Photos: I have been trying to upload photos via my tablet but it hasn't been working (this website isn't setup for a tablet user) so when I get access to (and time at) a real computer I will upload photos and add empty blogs that will update the map to all the places I have visited. Blog: I am sitting here in a very hot bus station in Palenque ( …
I left Mexico City at 7:25 PM with LAN airlines (a much better airline BTW). I was able to locate my luggage in lost and found, not without the help of my friends from Santiago, who kept calling and asking Aeromexico where my luggage was. Because to me, they ...
... that even my body barely fits. AND, they give you those little 12" pillows and sorry little excuse for blankets that regular airlines "used to give you". Not at all like airlines from America that give you down comforters and standard pillows. We sure do know how to treat a person. Mexico - not so much.
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... she started painting. She had a pretty tough life and was extremely talented and it was great learning about her, though I didn't like Diego that much his work was also very good. After the last few rooms the tour goes out into their incredible back garden, complete with pyramid shrine and fountain as well as souvenir shop and cafe and a movie that shows a lot of footage of the couple. Around the back in a separate section which we nearly missed is a ...
... up in Madrid, we were afforded a first glimpse of the sprawling mass of Mexico City as our plane came in to land. Endless lights set out in grids as far as the eye could see.
- Immigration queue took over an hour. Loud Spaniards surrounding us. Very tired and uncertain about the coming months. Sarah slipped into a deep melancholy. I was not far behind, worrying about the future of our trip and whether it would be a success.
- First major row of ...