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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Hot tub
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... before we had finished eating. Each was better than the last. The last interviewers were a very sweet pair of sixteen-year-olds. They were very friendly and gave us some Mexican chocolates. We went inside to view the last of the photography display before heading off. We had been caught for two more interviews before we had even made it across the plaza on foot. Just a stone's throw away from the Palacio de Bellas Artes ...
... street and sidewalk are not paved or cemented, but rather, cobblestoned and bricked. Running with a suitcase on this surface is real fun! Mark was much faster than I was, so he ended up picking up my suitcase and running to the train station with both suitcases. It must have been like 35 degrees out and we got there, hot and sweaty! We weren’t boarding right away, so we relaxed until the bus was ready.
Once at the airport, we saw that our flight ...
... tree above. Bizarrely we also spot the founder of London-based Mexican restaurant Wahaca, Thomasina Miers, she must be doing some research! The next day we are still struggling with the new time zone so decide to stay in the centre and see more or Mexico's many museums. The Museo del Estanquillo houses the collection of writer Carlos Monsivais and included lots of beautiful comics and illustrations. We heard the main ...
... while the rain was holding off). On top of the usual handicrafts, these markets had tarot card readers and some kind of healing stands. The healing stands burned strong incense and had a myriad of things on a mat that looked like offerings to what ever powers they were praying to. We need to find out what that is all about.
We chill out at the hostel and watch the Heat take out game 2 of the NBA finals, boo to Lebron.
Day 2: this will be short - we planned our week ...
... structures I've seen, and the nearby VIP cinema, where we watched The Monuments Men while eating popcorn and drinking amaretto. A unique combo I've never tried before. We finished with some shopping in one of the major malls. Now that I'm back, I've told all my colleagues about how positively surprised I was with the city. I believe at least a few of them will take the time to fly there. It's two hours from Cancun, but definitely worth ...