Hotel El Ejecutivo
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... sells electronic stuff and disco gear trying to buy antibiotics over the counter. No luck so will just have to see if we get sick and need to see a dr for a script. Back just in time to meet Diane for dinner. We went to the House of Tiles which was very peaceful with a fountain and murals and more nice food. Exhausted after a big day so resisted visiting the tequila bar. It's now 10pm and the teachers are getting restless and noisy. Lets hope they get tired ...
... if we know a little Spanish and he knows a little English together we should be able to communicate. On our way to the zoo he was nice enough to point out a lot of the major monuments and land marks and even offered to take us on a full city tour for 70pesos, but due to our delay of trying to find the zoo walking this morning we opted to just head straight there. The park ended being on the same street as google maps had said but a good 15 minute drive up ...
... friends and common background, it was fun to catchup.
We were also able to meet his lovely wife, Roxy. They only got married 2 months before we did and have been living in Mexico City for 2.5 years. David also works for Mac Funds so we knew many people in common. They took us to a great restaurant called Contramar in Roma Norte - a very cool upmarket seafood place where all the swanky Mexican people hung out. We liked it a lot.
We also had ...
... for women and men, with a barrier inbetween. Crazy. Apparently "women deserve the right to travel peacefully."
Jetlag was hitting us hard, and we had to power through the frequent crashing. An ex-ACABRIT who now works in Southampton University's international office had arranged a dinner for all the Mexican alumni to meet us all, which was lovely. This was the first tasting of fish tacos, beef tacos, ...
... guide decide to sit in a little kiosk and order Mexican food. Ferchu wants a taco... "NO" says the Ecua-Mex guide... "You always have tacos!... try something else"... Something else.... something else.... my migrant instincts start to shake.. something is not right!.... nevertheless I decide to ignore my instincts and ask for a TAMAL. Food comes. Maria has a delicious what-shall-I-call-it with meat and tortillas, the Ecua-Mex guide a huge Mexican style ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services