Ibis Mexico Perinorte
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... it was really no big deal. When the drill was over, we just started the scene back again. The school was so grateful. They gave us a basket full of sweets and snacks and coffee.
Then, I took a wonderful nap. When I woke up, I went on a little walk around the surrounding buildings. I got lunch at a local place, and then I walked a little bit more. The Palacio de Bellas Artes is gorgeous. I also wandered inside the old Post ...
... it around, I slipped into my seat and was glad to see she gave the doll to the flight attendant to store somewhere. I heard the people behind me laugh and talk about having a seat for a doll. It was pretty ridiculous. I only wish I could have gotten a picture.
In the Mexico City airport I had 4 hours to kill until my friend Amy arrived. As I was boarding the plane in Dallas, literally as the guy was scanning my boarding pass, he ...
... from around the world to celebrate 125 years.
Timo by Rodrigo de la Sierra.
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... need it... We haven't felt unsafe at all but they have clever measures in place to help with things that otherwise could be a risk. At the airport you can pre pay an approved taxi ( so you can't be ripped off or abducted) and ATMs are in individual small rooms just of the street which you can lock the door of behind you. This was good but we did have to walk to the next one as there was someone sleeping in ...
Despite the low prices, you get the sense that with every transaction you may be getting slightly ripped off – the 'gringo tax’ applies here with impunity. When you ask the hostel to order you a taxi, a guy that works there rocks up in his private car. It’s so random and unpredictable, and I love it.
It costs 20 cents to ride the ...