Hotel del Peregrino
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it was time to head back to the hostel to cook up some pasta. Not that it has to be pasta, it's just I bought such a big, bloody bag of it in Valladolid that I had to get some gaffer tape to seal the bag. Now I have to try and use it as soon as possible, as the next few places I'll be staying don't have kitchen facilities and I don't want to be carrying round this bag and having it spilling out in my backpack at some stage.
... of thick brown guck that hung on the inside of the cup. It reminded me more of Montezuma than beer! !! They tried to drink it but had to give in and get a regular beer.
David and Ridrigo went in for a swim when the sun came out from behind the cloud. The black clouds won out and we packed it in. Drove to chixcalub and other little towns where we had looked at renting to see what they were like. They were all nice but ...
... a car would stop in the traffic and wave me across the road, or perhaps they just felt sorry for the senora stuck on the side of the road. LOL
Well after 6 days in Mexico City we have moved on to Merida which is an old colonial town in the Yucatan Peninsular region. Merida is such as beautiful little city, the way its laid out with all the one way streets and all the colourful buildings, its just gorgeous. Theres a ...
... pool with hammocks & gardens. Our room was surprisingly large too, with a hammock and a bed. On the downside, it was incredibly hot and the two fans on full speed could only bring the temperature down to 33 degrees.
We had a quick wander round the streets near the hostel in search of the colonial splendour that Merida was supposed to offer. The place was deserted - it seems that the town strictly ...
... of the city - The governmental palace which contains several murals relating to the revolution - The city hall, it amazes me how happily, as a tourist, youre able to enter all the seemingly official council and governmental buildings here in Mexico In the evening I had hoped to go to a traditional dance show they hold in one of the plazas but, unfortunately, it was rained off, fortunately the marquesita stands stayed open ...