San Marino Suites Hotel
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... to alleviate the heat in our place and were told nothing could be done outside of our own purchase of a few floor fans. Additionally, we were told if we tried to install an AC unit (at our own expense) we would be charged for any changes to the apartment and the rise in the electric bill. So, I tried to come up with my own ways to cool our ...
... I wasn’t and bought nothing.
We next stopped for lunch at a lovely outdoor restaurant. Paul and I ordered rather simple food, which was fine. Emily and Jeremy a great big stone bowl of food, which looked great but was far, far too much for them to consume. Jonas shared a special mescal with Jeremy and Paul, while I was forced to drink bad tequila, mixed with sprite, shaken up and down, consumed in one gulp, while being blindfolded and my head shaken back ...
... hour to clear both immigration and customs plus change some money. Picked up a taxi through one of the many prepaid taxi booths costing 165 pesos / NZ$15.50 / US$13.
... my friends for making me feel like I have a home and way more family than I thought here in Mexico. It has been very encouraging to spend time with you all at the meetings, in service, eating, dancing and laughing and I look forward to the time when I will see you all again!!
So, once more I am simplifying my life and now I travel with a couple of pieces of luggage and a backpack as the whole amount of ...
We decided to head overnight and leave at roughly 11/11.30pm from Mexico City and get to Oaxaca at roughly 6, I am really looking forward to it, and I have had enough of the big city and really can't wait to get closer to the water and jungle!
With a whole day to kill we checked out of our extremely boring hostel and locked our bags up and after some lunch caught the metro to Coyoacan and then ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center