Plaza Suites Mexico City
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... walk. We don't get far as we see a little stall set up across the road selling Oaxacan food. Being the guts that we are, we go to check it out and end up buying corn nuts and allegria (a chocolate rice crispys bar). There are scattered bars and restaurants here and it looks like the more affluent neighbourhood.
We find a cool free photo exhibition in Luis Cabrera park. They are black and white landscapes taken around South and Central America. Some of which were very cool. ...
... food nestled on every corner. As soon as we dumped our bags in our very 80's decorated room (only $24 for both of us...crazy), Leo was there bouncing at our door ready to take us everywhere. First stop TACO'S he said!!! Stuie & I grinned back from ear to ear.... We had been waiting for this moment for so long. One of the absolute best parts about having Leo with us, was getting to try all the incredible street food everywhere, everyday. We tried the most ...
Christmas is more celebrated on Christmas Eve than on Christmas day. Due to Manuel having to work extra over the Christmas period, we spent the 24th and 25th in DF with a small proportion of his Mum's side of the family, which still equated to quite a lot of people! During the day, I wrapped presents, we watched the snowman, and then went to the cinema to watch The Hobbit 2, staying out of the way of Manuel' Mum who masterfully seemed to have everything under control! ...
... people. It is a sprawling albatross of gridlock. (Greg and I visited six years ago and recall how congested the city was at all hours of the day.) You know its bad when there are street vendors literally walking on the expressway selling gorditas, candy, and cigarettes!
So, we got in late! Caroline was undeterred by car sickness. We were together as a family! We ordered room service for a 9:00 p.m. true mexican "cena" and went to bed!
... and I wasn't really confident the parcels would make it home. Fingers crossed. After that we went up to the salon we found in the shopping complex a few days before, but there was a half hour wait and due to the post office taking so much time we were already close to check out time. We went back to the hotel, packed our bags and left the Diligencias hotel. Got a cab to the Taxquena bus station to catch a bus to Cuernavaca. The taxi ...