Hotel Regente City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... from all thats wrong in the world, i too was saved. Enter the lightly clad green haired girls taking up seats on the opposite wing. Seems that they were on their way to the world pole dancing champs in Las Vegas and it was a match made in heaven..... The strippers and the mormons. House on fire. One side would have called it flirting the other team taking 'pity' interest. Who cares, they left me alone. Neil perry's finest and ...
... remember. Lots of people and luots of boats with food and drink and music - a bit like a floating karaoke!) the Catching my plane tomorrow night and hopefully me and my luggage will arrive via Paris on Monday. It's been an interesting trip and quite a challenge for me both emotionally and health wise so thanks for sticking with me. Who knows if or when there will be another and where that may be to. I guess it's watch this space.
... sides of the city, including tlalapn, coayacan, where we had tequila and lemon ice cream!, Mexican Oxford street, and Mexican Camden where we got off to walk around and also saw a new refurbished library that looks like something from the future! They had a family fun day on and we managed to get some warm, fruit punch with a stick of sugar cane in it, a typical Christmasy drink. I also had a veggie sandwich for 75p from some students selling them from their bike basket! We ...
... It is located in Republic Square (Spanish: Plaza de la República) which divides Revolution Avenue between the avenues Paseo de la Reforma and Avenida de los ...
... of valley of Mexico.
Xochimilco is on the southern portion of the dried up Lake Texcoco. In the network of canals are "chinampas", artificial islands or floating gardens. This half-natural and half-artificial landscape is now a protected UNESCO site. It is a popular tourist attraction, this vestige of the pre-Hispanic past.
Here, Greg and I (with the help of Joachim) hired a colorful wooden gondola ...