Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites at the WTC
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... the National Museum of Anthropology (one of the best museums we've visited so far!), Zona Rosa and ate at a few of the restaurants in this area, our favourite was La Casa de Tono, which we ate at twice :) Our trip to Coyoacan was the first time we ventured onto the Mexico City Subway, which after taking the New York Subway was so easy and although the signs were in Spanish we found it easier to navigate than in NY. Based on our conversations ...
... to encourage the friends and to help the congregation expand.
As for studies, I haven't "found" one myself yet, but I am really enjoying the wonderful study that was given me by Joey, this lady is very appreciative of what she's learning. When I arrive, she has all her books out and is reviewing the information already. She is not yet going to meetings but I have invited her to the memorial and even though she will be on holidays in Cuernavaca at that time, she ...
... with another client and afterwards tried her luck to see if we were still in the room. At 1030am we were still definitely at "home", sleeping.
She was kind enough to take us on a mini-tour. Firstly, having breakfast in Zona Rosa, a touristy area with restaurants and shops just two stations away from our hotel and then we visited what I consider one of the highlights of our trip so far, La ...
... been told to avoid wearing shorts whilst in mainland Mexico,) and then I realised that she was, in fact, a prostitute, with all the other girls in jeans hanging around the street corner. Oops.
I am 6 hours behind UK time, so I'm just dealing with some jetlag right night, before heading downstairs for a breakfast buffet (my weakness in life,) and then meeting Lilliana, from the Anglo Foundation at 10 for our induction.
Preparation for Cuba as independent travellers was mostly about visas and access to cash (ie ATMs). Cuban money is not traded on the open market so the only place you can get it is in Cuba via Cambios (money exchange) or ATMs. Anything (cards and accounts) remotely connected to USA does not work here...they still appear to be squabbling, at least the politicians are. UK banks are ok though (well done HSBC!) which is good however, we were warned ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center