Holiday Inn Express Cd. de Mexico Santa Fe
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Clean and great breakfast spread. Friendly people
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... It was decided that the medical certs were not good enough so we had to wander the streets to find a doctor willing to declare us fit in body and mind... not an easy task! We eventually left all the documents there & hoped the judge would not reject them/us in the next 2 weeks.
Over the next few days Mum & Dad experienced a variety of Mexican places & traditions as we picked up Gerry's suit from his uncle, ...
... our insurance policy covers flight delays, something like £50 every hour we are delayed- winning!
I managed to get a seat next to Jodie right at the back of the plane, where for the first time in my life, I was boiling for the entirety of the journey. There was just no air reaching the back of the plane. Nightmare. Halfway through the journey we took a little walk to say hi to all the other Southampton students scattered around the ...
... ornate altars, a sacristy, and a choir in the cathedral. Fourteen of the cathedral's sixteen chapels are open to the public. Each chapel is dedicated to a different saint or saints, and each was sponsored by a religious guild. The chapels contain ornate altars, altarpieces, retablos, paintings, furniture and sculptures. The cathedral is also home to two of the largest 18th century organs in the Americas which are stunning to look at. There is a crypt underneath ...
... bus, and by the shiny new metrobus, but we have also been on the underground three times! Ok we may have got off at the wrong stop twice, but yes, we have descended into the depths of this earthquake-prone, hot and over-crowded city and travelled on its tube system. Three times. It may have hawkers boarding at every station selling Elastoplast, packets of chewing gum and 10 peso (50p) CDs of salsa music - samples of which are usually blaring ...
Of course Philipp was very hungry after this exciting tour so we had a stop at a streetfood, which you can find on every corner (like the starbucks cafe)! You get food for nearly 1 Euro and the smell around them is yummy.