Hotel Soberano Chihuahua
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... leagues. But the crowd was really into it, and the performers -- excuse me, 'wrestlers' -- were all wearing masks and ridiculous costumes. It was good for a laugh, anyway.
Not content with all the stereotypical tourist stuff we'd done so far today, we decided to get one more cheesy experience in: A visit to Plaza Garibaldi, Mexico City's home to -- you guessed it -- mariachi music. Picture a giant square full of musicians all identically dressed in ...
... next to the toilet!), she told us to hurry up for the shuttle bus as it only goes every half an hour. Well, it's easy to say hurry up but when you have 4 bags each, moving at a running pace is a logistic nightmare. Having missed the shuttle a taxi driver offered to provide us with as much **** as he could to ensure we would panic and allow him the pleasure of ripping us off to get to the next terminal - which ...
... two main features here by zig zagging 7 steps to the left, 7 steps to the right ....
Plus Quetzalcoatl also explained the relevance of the astronomical calendar and the pyramids ... 7 steps = 7 levels, 13 steps x 4 = 52 weeks, 52 priests, 52 years sun ellipse and moon align ... plus more that I did not write down. ...
... Large convoys of troops passed from time to time and I went through two checkpoints but was waived through.
As I approached MC the traffic increased dramatically and the skies darkened more. Eventually they opened, I pulled into a gas station, filled up then went into the little shop and bought a takeaway coffee and Snickers bar to eat under a shade and watched the whole road and station fill up with water. After half an hour it was down to a ...
CD: We spent our last three days in Mexico City, visiting a few places and being spoiled by Mariana's parents! Twice they took us out for some Mexican breakfasts around brunch time which each time served as a one day meal because it was so filling and heavy (but delicious)!! It was hard to move after taking in so much food but we did not have a choice otherwise we would have fallen asleep! We walked dozens of kilometers in the city in this three days, including around the park ...