Ocean Club Los Cabos
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... everything. You have to walk the aisles slowly because these can get really crowded at times.
The most famous Tianguis in Mexico can become a full day event for some families. Starting with breakfast, then dessert and maybe even a street performance. Then moving on to a snack or lunch and stopping to buy the pirate movies that the whole family will watch at the end of that Sunday. How much would that day cost? For a family of 4 maybe breakfast 70 pesos, ice ...
... where Gods are Created") is massive, covering 7 square kms, and absolutely amazing. You see photos of the pyramids but they don't do them justice. Teotihuacan is thought to have been founded early in the 1st century AD. It pre-dates the Mayans by about 300-500 years and pre-dates the Aztecs by about 1,000 years. That said, it was once the capital of the Aztec people.
We arrived early at the site before the hordes of tourists descended upon ...
... br> Pyramid of the Sun – In its hey day was painted red to represent blood and eternal life.
The 248 steps to the top 65 m / 213 ft were easily climbed. It was 73 metres high at one stage! Other useless facts:
- Four stepped platforms to reach the top.
- There were 260 steps representing the days of the ...
We left Cabo San Lucas yesterday morning and motored about 12 miles east along the coast. We anchored off San Jose del Cabo for the night. Our next goal is La Paz in the Sea of Cortez. It's about 150 miles from Cabo San Lucas.
At this point we aren't in any hurry and after the dash to get down here from San Diego, short legs are on the menu. We're gonna ...
... the National Museum of Anthropology (one of the best museums we've visited so far!), Zona Rosa and ate at a few of the restaurants in this area, our favourite was La Casa de Tono, which we ate at twice :) Our trip to Coyoacan was the first time we ventured onto the Mexico City Subway, which after taking the New York Subway was so easy and although the signs were in Spanish we found it easier to navigate than in NY. Based on our conversations ...