Hotel Hacienda La Venta
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... Mexico City is really beautiful with gorgeous old buildings and of course, heaps of people! Plus we found our local Torta man who would become our local lunch and dinner haunt. I'll miss the Tortas when we leave Mexico! The following day, we packed our small bags and left our big packs at the hostel and left for the bus station to head to Acapulco for the next few ...
... lunch at the Museo and then ventured into the crowd. Eventually we all separated as different things caught our interest. Bruce and I went to the Jardino Botanico - it's not very good. Only one orchid was in flower and there was lots of cactus and agave. Bruce headed back to the hotel and I walked up to the Museo Nacional de Historia at the top of the hill. Building was commenced in 1735 and it was used by Emperor Maximilian as his residence during his short reign. Subsequent ...
- Weather forecast says its going to be colder the whole week and rain at 2pm everyday
- Realize booked airbnb one night too many.
- Went to sleep at 1am
- Flight 6am to dallas, 9:10 to MEX 12PM.
- Forgot to check-in the night before.
- The counter guy had to do some fast typing to get us ticketed.
- We were not sitting together.
- Our Dallas flight was delayed an hour.
- Managed to get seated together. (Always ...
... br> My worst days are waking up and going to sleep each day. Because, you would be the first thing on my mind as I start my day, and the last thing on my mind as I end my day. And I can't help it. I would dream of your gorgeous smile and beautiful eyes. The way they looked up at me and smile every time I held you close. We fit into each other's arms like a lock and key. The way you smell when I kiss your forehead. And I dream of all the places I could go with you. The walks ...
... was about 40 minutes long, which was what we wanted. It was interesting to see the remains of the chiampas, after having studied them so much during my Master's degree. For some, it was very clear how they were built with digging posts into the ground, then filling in with layers of mud and vegetation. There were many, many boats out on the water, most carrying families with picnics. A few times, we ...