Holiday Inn La Piedad
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... rain just after we had paid for Ben's 24 hours of use. Disappointed, we returned to the flat. Really, we should have cut our losses earlier; we were soaked through by the time we got back to the apartment. A three way match of Rummy was had between Ben, Kori and Martin. Ben had all the luck, although he nearly blew it at the end because he was allowing himself to be distracted by the television. In the end, he held on to beat Martin by a single point after six hands. When ...
... bumpiest road to Taxco... The home of silver... We were guided into a shop which gave us the obligatory explanation of where silver comes from and the browse the silverware to purchase... Very touristy... Lucky for us, there was another passenger on the bus from Germany, she is actual working here for the embassy, and thought to do a few tours... She was not please, by the structured approach... And wanted free time in Taxco... It was ...
... month here, it's only up the road from our hotel and has all the good clothing shops on it. Along the way Bobbie looked in a few shops, we went right to the zocalo, which was blocked off and the markets were not there. After a short walk in the zocalo area we headed back to the hotel. We chilled for a while in the afternoon, resting and using the internet to book hotels and research things we will do in the USA. Booking hotels ...
... large selection of animals but some of the enclosures were a tad on the small side. We did get to see some Polar Bears, which are of course my favourite animals on the planet and it was the first time I'd seen one in real life - exciting moment!
On our final stop in the park, I decided we should try and find the Castle as it was a recommendation in the guidebook. I'm not sure if we went to the right castle but it was ...
Around 20 years ago Annie visited Mexico City and her lasting impressions are of smog, dirt, pollution, danger and, before the aeroplane doors even opened, being able to smell the pollution. So my expectations were danger, dirt and us passing quickly through.
That Mexico City, I am delighted to report, no longer exists. Today, Mexico City is a vibrant, exciting, cultured city filled with people having fun while others are going about life and work; the skies were ...