Meson De Leyendas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... br> bright coloured animal hybrid models – they were huge and really elaborative and
spread out for about a mile on one of the main streets – it would make THE
worst acid trip – they were freaky and ‘what the hell is that’ enough by
themselves! Really cool though, and spent awhile looking at them before
Realising that we had gone through Buen Fin without actually
really purchasing anything, stopped off at the supermarket ...
... overwinter. It was an experience of a lifetime.
The seed for this adventure was actually planted months ago when Micah and Zola watched a Wildkratts episode on PBS called "Voyage of the Butterflies" (http://pbskids.org/wildkratts/videos/) . The twenty-six minute segment tells the story of the butterflies’ 2,500 mile migration from Canada to Mexico. It piqued Micah and Zola’s interest, so we spent ...
... sehen, dass die Lamdasone rot glühend aus dem Dunkel des Motorraums leuchtete und ich ahnte schon das Schlimmste. Nachdem alle Zündkerzen raus geschraubt waren, wurde ein neuer Zündkerzenstecker gebracht. Dieser wurde dann auf allen 3 Zylindern ausprobiert und beim 3. Zylinder lief der Wagen dann wieder ganz rund. Die ganze Sache hat 30 Minuten gedauert und wir mußten nur die Materialkosten i.H. von 36 Euro bezahlen. In Deutschland hätten die dafür nicht mal ...
... grandmother for help. They said something about a broken boiler, and left the hotel without further explanation. In town, the only food Dave could find was at a few torta and taco stands. Everything else in town was closed. At least we had some food for our bellies. After about three hours, the kid returned with the boiler repairman and we finally got our hot showers about 11PM. That is a lot of responsibility for a 12 year old, but this kid was up to it! All is well that ends well...
... than what we are used to in The Netherlands. In Mexico people create pices of art that they can carry themselves (although being huge and heavy). Besides that they dance with it.
Finally we left the city with lots of climbing but over a beautiful road. The traffic is quiet and we think the scenery was one of the bests so far in Mexico. After one our of searching we found a nice spot to pitch the tent. We were laying in our tent on a nice ...