Hotel Soberano Chihuahua
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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... and SG is asleep. I felt so bitterly lonely. My room just felt so empty. If my shadows could talked to me, that would have been good enough. And I dread the fact that I had to face Friday, Saturday and Sunday like this. Being heartbroken worsens the situation by thousand folds. And momsie calls everyday. It is a good thing but she worries too much. Which could get a little bit frustrating. But still I appreciate the calls. And my heart weakens hearing her voice. I knew that voice. It was ...
... what we ordered, we were happy with a chicken enchilada for Anne and a huge chorizo pane for Jenn, which arrived in a plastic bag! We were the only gringos there, and it was great to experience the cuisine in a local setting – and cheap. We kept wandering along the streets, enjoying all the sights and sounds of Mexico City – like transit police texting while driving and the organ-grinders dressed in tan military-like ...
... what many feel is an elitistic Government. Our thoughts and prayers are tonight with the students - in the last few days we have seen police with leg armours, chest pads, riot shields, helmets and visors - both women and men federal police - we hope that the demonstration goes peacefully and that no-one gets hurt.
... glance at me which in away was satisfying. The traffic was unbelievable and I was super tied dozIng off however extremely greatfull to have this experience with a local Mexican family. Dinner we has tortia with guacamole the spiciest ever so fresh with corn ships meat and no pales which look like cactus. So delicious and this it was I have. Even working so hard to experience and I'm finally here. Early to bed as I was falling asleep on the couch. I need to start learning spainish ...
... entertaining the crowd. I just have to point this out too, that in the square, there is the biggest flag I have ever seen, ever. Anyway, I tried my first 'torta' that afternoon since being in Mexico, they're just a large toasted bap, but ...