San Marino Suites Hotel
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
We have made it safe and sound to Mexico (the WORLD´s largest city) and for once, our 100% unorganised last minute madness paid off well, a hotel (San Marino Suites) booked online at the airport on a last minute website (Laterooms.com) has turned out to be a gem and we´re paying about 20% the normal tariff! (We seriously hope, or we will be home …
... Bible Teach book. She picked chapter 6 on the condition of the dead, we exchanged contact information and will begin counting a study this Thursday...YAY!!!!! I actually started a study!! Granted, she has been a model householder, but I thank Jehovah's organization for providing such simple and effective tools.
Ok, besides all that preaching, studying and meetings, we did have some fun too. With the mind to encourage some of the ...
... all the same merchandise stuff and more, things like bags shoes and food. We kept being offed little pancakes that ladies were cooking, but they were burnt so we didn't accept. We the. Moved into the last few basilicas which got smaller every time, each one was devoted to a different character in the story and had its own monuments and painting and painted roofs giving each one it's own individuality. There was a waterfall up the back with other monuments in it, that had ...
Another nice and relaxed day in Mexico City, our last day here. Went to the Museum of Anthropology. A huge Museum that covered the history of many Mesoamerican cultures and how they lived their lives, accomanied with many artifacts and maps, and thankfully many English descriptions. The highlight was definitely seeing the Aztec calander which was a large an intricate circular stone. Had a hilarious taxi ride back with a Young Mexican guy who wanted to trade 2 ...
... on the way home'!!! With so much brilliance surrounding me I decided to bail on the evening and went back to my room where I met my new travel companion Silke (Germany)!
Silke and I had dinner together and we realised that we got on like a house on fire so decided to headto the ruins of Teotihuacan the following day together. We caught the early morning train to the north terminal, which was ridiculously full. But what it did give us the opportunity to see ...
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