Plaza Suites Mexico City
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... of the huge expanse of electricity glittering below us. Man. This city is ginormous. Feeling excited. We check into Casa San Ildefonso and after showering and laying down, I'm 62% sure this is just a giant board with some blankets draped over it (but super soft pillows?). Mario snores. Oh how he snores. I wonder if he'd wake up if I held his nose closed... Day 1: Oh my Lord I am tired. But we get up, have breakfast and beat the feet. We pass the impressive cathedral ...
... presents? How are you getting on being away from Leeds? You don't have to work over the Christmas holidays? The veggie feast sounds lush, I'm definitely up for that when I get back! I'll have to try and make some of the traditional meals I've had here, I think so far, (unsurprisingly) Mexican is winning! How did you find Liverpool? Did you understand anyone?! What have you got planned for your birthday? 20? Yep. You're old. ;-) Ps. I hear you lost the post-it note game, unlucky ...
Yet another move but not feeling any better at doing it.
This was our hardest move by far. We had to furnish our place (which we loved) but to save money we ordered all of our furniture from Ikea in the States and built it ourselves. When our shipment arrived we had about 2 weeks of building furniture, cleaning, organizing and building more furniture. ...
... because it didn't look that safe and they didn't lock them up or anything. But we went for it anyway and started riding up towards the Chapultepec park. We got about 6 blocks up and it started ******* down with rain again. We put our rain coats on and huddled under our umbrella but it didn't look to be letting up anytime soon so we just rode as quickly as we could back to the bike station so we could get back to the hotel. We both got pretty wet which I got the blame ...
... escaping without the 10 metre long fake dark green-tinted-with-frosted-snow tinsel that our drawing seemed to depict, and with only one small paper lantern instead of several large ones, we headed out to actually look at some nearby monuments. Very pretty they were too! Then home to bed and ready for an early start the next day to our 'proper' destination: Cuba!
Mexico, good food, friendly people, beautiful houses: we'll have to come ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility