Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I have to admit, I was quite apprehensive traveling alone to a foreign country in which I didn't speak the language. Yes, Chuck assured me that most people would speak English and I would be just fine but I was still a little fearful. My weekend getaway to Mexico City ended up being an experience I'll never forget.
Luckily, Chuck was …
... there was a bit of a sauna in our jackets! Robin and I did think we might stop at one of the beach resorts along the way but one look at the facilities, the crowds, and the price, made us decide it was not for us!
Don and Colin found accommodation at the Ibis (700pesos, $46 US per night), Cancun. We stopped at a trusty MacDonald's, and picked up the email, so the rest of the trip was easy for us - a room and shower!! - no hunting for accommodation!
... s human rights intelligentsia. O & R gave me a room which didn't rock to the waves of the ocean, dropped a constant steam of anecdotes pertaining to Mexican history / pop culture and fed me like either a visiting chef or a pig out to slaughter. What more can a man ask for? Despite trying to not have any expectations, there was a side of me which imagined Mexico city to be a city of mariachi bands, drug cartel crime lords and taco ...
... housing hundreds of pieces of art and used for many events. Unfortunately the building wasn't open yet, so I decided to just appreciate this architectural beauty from the outside. I then went over to the Diego Rivera Mural Museum, which is really just a small gallery with some modern pieces and one large mural by Rivera. This mural was very impressive, and fortunately there was a great explanation in English which named each character in the mural and its context.
... 2,740 miles and 8 days after leaving Arlington. Finally got my cell phone to work so was able to call home for a while before Daniel arrived.
Yaay! Now we are two ! As Marshall suggests -- I must get him to write something for tomorrow's entry when we visit ...