Hotel Palacio De Moctezuma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... along them, people laying barrels of gravel everywhere, and the non-touristy taquerias and roadside stands. The gardens themselves were located in a very random spot off a main ring road / highway, where there was no sidewalk so I followed the example of some local Mayan women and walked in the ditch. I passed a bunch of random motorcycle repair shops, metalworks stations, and other things you wouldn't expect to find near botanical gardens. Quite strange.
... said she wouldn't be able to play because she hadn't been to university.......... The Danish girls kept complaining that the quiz was heavily biased towards the UK, but that was partly because I got the questions from a 'what happened in the UK in 2011' website... They didn't get many answers correct. We arrived late afternoon in San Cristobal - a colonial city high up in the mountains - and it was cold and rainy! What happened to the 38°C?? It is a beautiful place though. A buzzing ...
... largish fish on ice I decide to buy it. I ask the man on the fish counter to gut it and clean it but he leaves the head on. I can't take that home so I ask him to remove it. It still doesn't look as I would expect if I asked for the same thing in Tesco. He does wrap it well though so it doesn't smell and for £1.50 it's a bargain. I don't know what it is by the way. Back outside I hail a taxi who drops me right off at the gates to our apartment. Mike ...
... from the protective bubble of a tour bus, travel book or tourist guide. It's about making mistakes and learning from them; being responsible for your own choices of restaurant, activity and accommodation; about mixing with the locals to learn the language and culture from them. It's about growing confident and finding your own perspective on the world, not being spoon-fed someone else's. It's about opening up to all the sensations and feeling the aliveness of being in another world. ...
It was my turn to feel ill today, with multiple toilet visits! Kept to yoghurt for breakfast and we chilled by the pool to keep things simple. We headed into town in search of a thin crust pizza, but to no avail. Instead we settled for Hooters! Couldn't manage much more than my chips, yet Julieta and Patty - the Columbian and Mexican waitresses - managed to cheer us up. They spoke practically no English, yet we held a good chat for over an hour with them ...