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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Business Services
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... we survived the 2hrs freezing rather fast. In comparison, this was a very expensive event costing close to 40€, but we recommend it to everyone, as you don't get to see this anywhere else in the world.
On the third day we said: Off to Querétaro. Uni would start in 2 days and Julia and Tini arrive also the next day.
After a 3 hour, very luxurious bus ride (Primera Plus), we arrived in the city we would spend 5 more ...
... hill" and its hieroglyph is a grasshopper on a hill, which is cool because it's literally the only hieroglyph I know...) and walked through throngs of people to el lago de Chapultepec. This park is massive, one of the largest in the world, and is a popular tourist destination, attracting 15 million people every year. Today, it was packed with families, people enjoying the paddleboats and the bookstore we passed on our way into ...
... where the best place to celebrate would be. It was quite a frustrating process in the end as we kept getting told different things from different people and we lost so much time trying to come up with a plan! There were lots of altars etc. decorating the main square near our hostel which we explored on the first night of the festival, we also visited the university to see the altars made by the students. On the Sunday we spent the day in Xochimilco ...
... go out. So we missed out again. We still had an hour to kill in which we looked around a library and walked down one of the main streets taking photos of the statues and monuments along the way. Soon enough it was 6pm our arranged pick up time and to our surprise Julio was yelling to us from a car just near our pick up area. He took us back to the hotel and we chilled out in our room for a bit, had a meal downstairs, then watched a few movies until we fell ...
... in the Polanco area of the city.
It was a nice apartment and he had very kindly invited us to stay there for our whole time in the city, which was fantastic news for a pair of cash strapped backpackers. We had a bit of time to settle in and freshen up before going out to a Mexican restaurant called Villa Maria in the evening. There we enjoyed a variety of traditional Mexican delicacies and some strong drinks. Jemma had the largest cocktail we had ever seen - ...