Holiday Inn Express Mexico Reforma
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... something wrong or missed some information and he was to sent me back in line...Needless to say, I was stuck at the airport in the middle of the night. Had to go though customs to get to Aeromexico counter. Finding an English speaking representative was another adventure. But when I finally got to speak with them, they said it is not their fault that I missed connecting flight... Say, what?! We sat on tarmac for an hour an half after landing... but they said, no, ...
... the European cities, it occurred to me that this neighbourhood may not always have been like this. Diego and Frida were trend setters, they were the hosts of the nation rubbing shoulders with famous asylum seekers like Trotsky from the then USSR. The likes of whom she had an affair with when he lived in her house, passing secret notes to each-other in books. He was later brutally murdered in his own house in the same neighborhood as he sat reading. We ...
... their powerful magician goddess, led her siblings in an attack on their mother, Coatlicue, because she had become pregnant.
Today, many would say the Mexican people have continued this violent trait through those in the drug wars. Maybe it's in their DNA. But I have found, as I know my mom and Walt have as well, nothing but kind, generous and grateful people who make up a country that is so much more than sunburns and body shots.
... Soon, we saw they had copped two young men, who they placed in the back of an open pickup truck.
We remet the Jemelies and then headed back through the Zocolo to lunch at Café de Tacuba. We were able to get a seat right away and had a delicious lunch. The restaurant dates back to 1912 and is decorated with lovely tile, stained glass, and portraits of 17th Century aristocrats. I had an interesting drink, made from jamaica (roselle). It had a very pretty red ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.66px;">So knowing where the metro station was, I headed straight back along the side of the busy road towards the monument and descended underground. In next to no time and by transferring from the pink to the blue line at Pino Surrez station exited back at the Zocalo.