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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... store appeared small from the outside, but being built on a hill we discovered several levels with rooms both large and small. Everything from cups, plates, platters, large, lidded tureens, water jars 3 and 4 feet tall, large murals for display. A whole wall on a stairway, covered with Catrina plates for hanging. You all know Catrina, though maybe you didn't know she has a name. The smiling ...
... the family, I went outside to meet up with Donna, who has to pass by my house to get to town. She was unexpectedly accompanied by a guy, who I soon found out was also living in her house. He was an English teacher but was now traveling around while writing a play (he'd already written one). Interesting life. We started out at our usual Botellita and then headed to the karaoke bar, though we didn't sing that night. We ended up at El Bar, the salsa ...
... the city in theaters, plazas and other venues. Although we did not attend a play, we enjoyed the buzzing of the city. It is named after the famed author of Don Quixote.
As you can imagine with a hill top town, parking is difficult so we left our rental off at base of hill at the Hotel de Real Minas. We grabbed a cab, which immediately took us flying through the maze of underground tunnels. They are poorly lit and long. It was scary the way ...
... getting along well. We've officially decided we're siblings because we fight and pick on each other all the time. Rebeca, our "mom," joins in and eggs us on. It's fun and 100% necessary to help us relax and laugh every once in a while!
Friday after classes I went out for a couple hours right after class to relax. Similar to last year, a group of teenagers approached my group and asked to get their picture taken with ...
After an interesting start to our first trip away from the Yucatan Peninsula, with Rosie's slight hiccup of booking onto the a flight two weeks ago, we both arrived separately in Mexico D.F. ready to board our first Primera Plus bus up to Salamanca to visit the hometown of our friend Monica. We were welcomed on board our luxury bus with a refresco in one hand and a bag of snacks in the other... perfect! The buses reminded me of the buses/trains ...