Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... rather high, but keeping in account the huge number of policemen going through the streets and the very low salary they receive, the question why is answered.
Our two main highlights surely where: Coyoacan and the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico on the Castillo de Chapultepec.
Coyoacan is a part of Mexiko DF, where you can soak up a lot of creativity in every cornor. Getting there, we took the metro and had our very ...
... this morning. Her mother, Carmen, made me breakfast (I swear, it feels like I'm at home again, except I don't know if my mom or dad would make me breakfast :P) before we set out for el Museo Nacional de Antropologia. Carmen and I caught a private taxi that took us on a (harrowing, fast-paced, holy-****-I-might-pee-myself) ride from the area where they live (Lomas de Sotelo, a kind of planned-neighbourhood in the Miguel ...
... We learnt a couple of Spanish swear words during the night. The final fight included a midget who was thrown into the crowd by one of the other wrestlers and we are still unsure today whether that was a planned move because he didn't seem to get up quickly and didn't make it back into the ring that night... The other highlight was a fighter called Porky who ended up winning the fight by sitting on all three opponents - set up or not ...
... lady, his drawings looked great. He really only took a bit over 5 minutes, but during this time a small crowd had gathered to watch, you could see them smiling as he was drawing away. Once he was finished we both loved what he had done. He gave me a little extra facial hair and Bobbie nice long eye lashes, and it only cost 150pesos which is a little over $10. Next we went back into the zoo to see all the things we had missed yesterday like the snakes and ...
... the most important pre-Hispanic site in all the Americas. It is a vast complex of enormous buildings, boasting the 3rd largest pyramid in the world (after the biggest at Giza and one that has not been uncovered elsewhere in Mexico) and that is with only 2 square kilometers out of an estimated 20 square kilometers of the site excavated. Somewhere in the region of 200,000 people lived here during the equivalent of the European dark ages, making it one of the biggest cities ...