- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... stop in Angangueo was for red wines, Paul barging in on Jim's choice, the latter picking up a Spanish option.
To the Hotel Albergue Don Bruno. It is very pretty. The Albertans changed rooms. What a bonus: wifi!
Dinner will be at 2000. Time to cull the pix and get the diary up to date. Some are gathered outside the girls' room.
Took the usual long time to prep the blog to this point. We have a heater in the room. It may get a workout ...
... in the French National Shirt. Back to Sunday League at its finest! The
pitch was actually flat and awesome, which surprised me – unfortunately the
standard wasn’t so great… We lost 5-2, though got a goal and an assist, and
managed not to get sent off which seemed to be half an achievement in itself! The
bright pink costumed referee was just as flamboyant and card happy as you would
expect so think it was down to 9 a side in the worlds most friendly ...
... caused confusion with the nearby "Real de Minas de Temascaltepec", now Temascaltepec, so the county was known as "El Valle" (The Valley). The honorific "de Bravo" was added later to recognize Nicolás Bravo who fought at the Castle of Chapultepec during the Mexican-American War. Its glyph includes the ...
... into it. She went on a test drive and wants to have one. They sell it for US$ 3000. May be next Christmas.
Heute genau vor 6 Monaten haben wir unsere Reise mit dem Flug von Frankfurt nach Halifax in Kanada begonnen. Wir freuen uns, dass immer noch so viele den Blog lesen und hoffen, dass alle weiterhin Spaß an unseren Geschichten haben.
Nach der heftigen Wanderung gestern wollten wir heute nach Mexiko Stadt. Allerdings ging das alles nicht ...
As we were making the hike down toward the entrance gate, the prospect of staying in the hotel without water seemed less appealing. The last combi buses down the mountain leave by 6PM. We got down to the gate and were told the combi's probably were finished for the evening, but we could take a "taxi", a old rickety jeep. He wanted 400 pesos! 'No thanks, for that price we would walk.' It was really too far to walk but we figured we could hitch a ride along the way. ...