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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Prim Mexico City
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... the next gate" scenarios. This was at 9am, in a city where the temperature had already climbed to well over 30C, and where there was little to no climate control--it was hot. And crowded. I was feeling the effects of lack of sleep; the flight from Phoenix to Mexico City was short, but I wouldn't have slept anyway--my seatmate was a lovely musician (a classical violinist) who lives in Mexico City and was happy to share with me his words of wisdom for surviving the ...
... Catedral doesn’t – cheaper and quieter! You don’t get the cable TV, towels or soap, but a much better hostel overall. Highly recommend! 350 pesos Vs. 580 for a private room.
Airport & taxes – Don’t spend all that currency, make sure
you allow for airport taxes as you leave Mexico. You need to allow up to 3 hours
to get through the airports. I got through quickly but anyone you ask advises 3
... was trying to stay upright from laughing at the skidding and skating.
We finally managed our way through tent city, thankfully avoiding a decapitation due to low level tarp ropes and made it too our hostel.
We booked in and paid and headed for our room. There was one other guy in the room and he had a huge round of metal wire and tools and he just seemed dodgy as hell. Thankfully Cathal was in agreement with me on this one and we decided to go check ...
... great equipment and exercise classes. The hardship of living in a hotel for almost a month is not going to be as bad as we thought.
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... bus left, so I wandered around the station. It was large and airy, with high ceilings and tiled floors. There were bakeries and cafes, convenience stores and book sellers. And in the center, safely roped off from the crowds, was a large statue of the Virgin Mary. Positioned outside the cordon, on either side of her, were two kiosks. It turned out that was where you bought your taxi tickets. You paid your fare in advance based on which section of the city you were going to. ...