Mision Zona Rosa Mexico City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... every bite while enjoying the beautiful sounds of the quartet. It was the perfect romantic Mexican dinner.
After dinner we ubered it over to Jule's Basement, which was just like a speakeasy. It was in the back of this tiny Mexican restaurant and through a freezer door. Through the vinyl freezer curtains and down these dark steps it turned into swanky lounge. Definitely the place to be in Polanco. After that we wondered over to the Living Room Bar at the ...
... we ALL fall asleep during the second half. Oops. After assembly crash in hotel...ohh yeah, they have dry law on Sunday eve so I can't even get me a beer. -Monday morning we get a ride with a lovely sister to the airport and prepare to really start our fun trip.....but.... Oh no! Where is Nancy's passport?? Yep, at the hotel. Call hotel and get taxi driver to deliver it, made it in time whew! After check in and security check points and all, within ...
... each, we were in the emergency exit seats, so had heaps of leg room! Unfortunately the weather in Mexico tonight isn't very nice so we had a really rough & scary landing. After arguing the fact that we had a paid reservation with the man in reception for an hour we finally got it sorted out, with wifi eventually thrown in for free also, and into our room. We went down for diner at the Mexican restaurant in the lobby which had really yummy ...
... that we've developed many friendships in Cuba.
We know Hiroshi Robaina, the grandson of Alejandro Robaina, the icon of Cuban cigars. His statues and pictures are seen in the majority of cigar shops and smoking rooms We also know Hiroshi's father, Carlos, who runs a first class restaurant, Quinta Qy16 with a very nice smoke room in the Miramar District also known as Embassy Row . We had lunch at his restaurant on this trip, and I ...
... We went for lunch at a classic Mexican restaurant from 1912 where all the waitresses wore classic outfits. I tried enchiladas for the first time and they weren't half bad! We continued touristing by visiting the cathedral (but it was quite packed as it was ash-wednesday or something), the art museum and the old postal office which is probably one of the most beautiful buildings in the whole city. In the afternoon we went to the VIP cinema which might ...