Ramada Aeropuerto Mexico
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... skip free breakfast at the hostel and head next door to the restaurant. There is a line up and we wait about 10 mins for a table outside. We have omelette for breakfast with a hot chocolate. The omelette tasted like real e.g.
After we Skype Hinesh's dad for Fathers Day (northern hemisphere fathers day) we head out to Condesca again. The trains are quite empty for Mexico City and we manage to get seats today. We get into Condesca and we grab an orange juice at a fancy schmancy ...
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