Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... our nephew. He's just started taking steps and
it was wonderful to be able to watch him show us his new moves. I
think we was secretly quite proud of himself so he did the most
walking he had done yet and was stopping midway to look at the screen
and clap at himself. We miss our family and friends but are so
thankful for the ones we are meeting up with on the way who have
blessed us and helped make a wonderful trip.
... Fifth Avenue shopping area. As I worked on my sun tan on a beach, a couple next to me said that their bikes were stolen the other day and they got to pay the damages of $200.
Cenote was a must-see for explorers and fun seekers.
Lots to be discovered in Mexico -- Tulum, Coba and more; until next time, keep on traveling.
... at the doors on the opposite side of the carriage to the open doors! Whoops.
Other activities that I have been to include cinema viewings and we also saw a lovely documentary called Advanced Style which features New York women who are aged between 62 and 95 and embrace life and fashion. A feel good movie.
I celebrated my birthday last week with my new friends. We went to the movies and then had coffee and cake. The following evening ...
... and it is only 2:30 am.... but in Rome... it is 9:30! Bleh! Being a morning person, this does not phase Grant. I glance over sometime before the breakfast shift and he is wide awake trying to read magazines in the dark waiting for everyone else to wake up. This is strange because anyone who knows him, knows that he can sleep (and DOES) anywhere and everywhere we go without any trouble. So, I shake myself awake ...
... hundred, and a good percentage were school kids on the last outing of the school year. Caucasians were a decided minority, and I sat across from a bench full of hormone-charged middle schoolers who looked like a representation of the United Nations - all chatting at once, all clearly engaged in the art of being accepted, and from what I could tell, all ...