Hotel Marques De Cima
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... of missing her precious son badly. Part of me don't want to talk to momsie because it saddens me to hear her sad voice. But I still appreciate the calls and I knew that one day, when God takes her home, I will be missing all that nagging even more. Mother's day is on Sunday and I try not to think about it. if not, it will be terribly sad. I'll probably wish her on Sunday.
So these loneliness has got me to Game of Thrones. Caught onto the show pretty quick. Quite a quirky ...
... 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 ...
... the 10th largest city in the world with a population of nearly 20 million. We took a little trip into the centre this afternoon. Our hostel wasn't far from the centre. It was so busy and smelly. I told my dad, he asked what it smelt like.. I replied "Mexicans"!! You can imagine that can't you?
I haven't even mentioned about TEQUILA! It is like forces on you haha! Some travellers we met were going to the actual town in Mexico called Tequila. It is where ...
... all cobblestone that added to the beauty of the area. A very laid back vibe. Went for coffee in an old restored Spanish building with flash gardens. Clearly a hang out for the wealthy who could have their cars valet parked, and the dress code was far beyond how Dad and I had dressed for the day (we stuck out like dogs balls) even 3 yr old kids were dressed head to toe in Ralph Lauren. Lunch was in the Bazaar, open air market where ...
... a few essentials. However, I had passed a small 7/11 closer to my neighbourhood do I decided to go in there. Actually it was very small and all I managed to buy was some toilet roll, a 6 pack of Sol and huge bag of crisps….yeah I know, really healthy! My task was to get back and try to gigure out how to access some TV on my laptop.
As I was becoming more than a little frustrated with that Rachel arrived to check out the last available room here. ...