Meson Ejecutivo Hotel
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I call it that because who know what's in store for today. I set the alarm for 7:30am but struggled to get up at 8. Tired form two days of partying, I showered, ate breakfast and grabbed a cab for Martin's. This time the ride was 42 pesos, not the usual 70. I didn't argue, hey I'm a gringo. What do I know? Today is Monday and Monday is tianguis day on Maria Uribe St. Yes, flea market. Mom knows that we always walk it, with her picking up some weird vegetables, fruits and nuts. ...
... lunch in the Parián, a lovely plaza flanked by columned arcades and surrounded by restaurants and bars. Over a hundred years old, it occupies a full city block. Afterwards a visit to the market before walking back to the bus stop to await our luxury bus with A/C. But, you guessed it, the scruffy local bus turns up first.
Back in the centre we cross busy Plaza Tapatía towards the Instituto Cultural Cabañas, where we are scheduled ...
... tropical place that is overly populated with millions of others with
similar dreams. Nevertheless, Florida is not limited to the retirees of
America. The tropical land also attracts tourists, foreigners, criminals and
young people looking for work. We had also moved at a time when the housing
industry was booming and people were paying above asking prices for small
I had been to different parts of Florida many ...
We've all experienced special nights in our life, moments that we will just never forget. Well for Deb and I we had one of those occasions last night. As I mentioned earlier, John Gonzales (our neighbour) invited us to attend their weekly restaurant evening. Basically this is a large number of expats that get together once a week and meet at one of the local restaurants for dinner.
The owner/chef of Viva Mexico is Augustin, who came by our table, ...
... about walking for several blocks. It's Explore, for damn sakes! Began our walkabout at 1209. The place is more for artists and craftswork. Carlos put on a bandana to deal with the elements. The rain did not help the atmosphere. Carlos gave us free time at 1240 and had a cappuccino 25 MP with Peter and Alan, wandering around to pass the time. Police officers with sub-machines was not something you get used to that easily. Off at 1347. Keith had bought cookies, ...