San Marino Suites Hotel
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... And, FYI, I doubled checked my guidebook. It was wrong as it did state the ruins were just outside of Tepotzotlan.) I really wanted to see the ruins more than the town so I hopped on that bus. Once I arrived, the bus dropped me off in the center of town at the bus station. So, how to get to the ruins? I asked around and found out I could take a bus there, but it'd drop me off about 100 meters from the museum. Well, I thought, does that mean I'd be ...
... it seem long. Do people really need to go to the can twice on a trip of that length? AC was touting itself in the magazine as North America's best airline for four years' running. Clearly the music selection must not be part of the contest; to suggest it is dreadful is to show my kindness.
At the gate c 1250. It was slow to get off the plane but sped past lots of people heading to immigration. The hall was virtually empty. My checked luggage was ...
... dope on my first day.. Once the drawing was finished I headed home. It was not a bad picture of me. She even managed to get my double chin in. I started to walk home the way I had came. I found a store selling iPads and Internet. It started pouring with rain so I pulled out the poncho and kept walking. It wasn't cold. Just very wet. I asked in the shop about SIM cards. She sent me across the road. I spoke to a guy who spoke English but I didn't have my iPad on me so I ...
... we thought he was the best. While not as knowledgable as the others, he was the most personable. Also at 33 years old, he had lots of energy for the whole day. Originally born and raised in Mexico City, he also spent 2 years in Vancouver and about a year in both Cancun and Buenos Aires. This was his fifth year as a guide too which he had started in Cancun.
Today's first stop was a quick drive by a mural at the Polyforum Cultural Siquerios which is part of the local ...
... by Alaska Airlines. There weren't many people around to ask, but we managed to find the right place and check in. There was a really noisy cat in a cage waiting nearby that reminded me of Tiki in the car! :-p
Once we had checked in we made our way through security and immigration. Vancouver Airport is a pre-clearance airport for most airlines flying to the United States. This meant we cleared U.S. Customs and Border Protection before leaving ...