Ramada Aeropuerto Mexico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... day. Inside of the building Diego Rivera's murals are hanging throughout the walls. Diego Rivera's murals are so popular, especially in Mexico, because all of his murals tell Mexico's history in a unique way. The murals had so much detail and they really were extraordinary to look at. Most of his murals took several years for him to make. We then loaded back onto the bus and drove about an hour to Xochimilco. ...
... success – they just had two beds free up! As we had heard nothing new regarding the transmission at this point, we booked ourselves in for 4 nights – total cost (incl. free beer nightly: $108USD). Pretty sure they made a mistake, but once again, not our worry J. Get up to our room to discover, we have a room to ourselves! Sweet! The place was run down for sure, but was relatively clean, had free beer, showers, beds, and lots and lots of people. Over 400
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