Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... Avianca, Air Canada, Lufthansa, Malaysian Air, Druk Bhutan Air, Myanmar Air and many others which were all exceptional with service and food and drinks....US Air sucks and so does American we flew 13 hours from NYC to Rio de Janeiro with no TV's also on an old beater of a plane....really really poor...OK enough with slamming the US airlines....
We arrived home at about 1:00 am and yes our amazing travel guitar made it ...
... to take a taxi to the bus station ($15) and figure out the process of getting a ticket. The bus station was actually quite nice, clean and well organized, and I was able to get a one-way ticket for about $15. The 2 hour trip was uneventful as we passed through pine-forested and agricultural countryside. I had arranged a pick up from the butterfly folks. It was a little difficult since I didn't know what time I would arrive and I don't have a phone that really works here. So, ...
... tour of the neighbourhood. We passed by several homes of the famous residents of this eccentric neighbourhood, including several conquistadors (Hernan Cortes included), revolutionaries, and artists--including Leon Trotsky, Diego Rivera, and Frida Kahlo. When we finished the tour, we walked back to the Kahlo museum and took the tour, managing to get in and out with a handful of minutes to spare before the museum closed. That was ...
... to take us to the other side of town, and, specifically, MUMEDI - Museo Mexicano del Diseņo ( the Mexican Museum of Design). MUMEDI is not closed on Monday. In actuality, we visited MUMEDI twice the two days we were there - to eat. Next the exhibition area of the museum is a really cute restaurant/cafe with a great menu. (I can't believe between us both that we don't have any photos of our food, or of the space. ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.66px;">Remembering my time in Rio de Janeiro when I exited a metro station and walked in the wrong direction thinking that I was heading towards Sugarloaf, I asked a young local also looking at the local map on the station wall for directions. He said "left, left, right towards the monument".