St. Isidro Corporate Housing
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... primarily for tourism. As the case with most towns and cities there is a main square with a church as the centerpiece with lots of shops and housing to the side of it. The Frida Kahlo museum is also based here but the queue was too long to ...
... when she woke up the next day was pretty regretful. But it was an experience. I remember a local man putting songs on the jute box and then standing next to it singing along in full voice, he had a great voice and the whole bar applauded when he finished which he was very happy with. At one point he asked me to sing I think I remember, luckily I was able to talk my way out of it, that would have been as awful as the hangover I have ...
... museum were the Sun stone (often mistaken for the Aztec calander) and the recreation of the Mayan tombs. Unfortuantly my visit was cut short since I was begin to feel quite unwell to the point where I was just sitting down and not enjoying the museum. So I raced through the rest of it and left Rachelle to her own devices and headed to the hostel. Getting to the subway was a bit of an effort however after walking on a highway, going past a concert, into ...
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Was up late talking with Michael but managed to get up at 830am. Unfortunately I was the only one who wanted to do the walking tour today so it was cancelled. Didn't meet up with Heather, just impossible to coordinate in a city of 25 million people without cell phones, at least for those of us who have relied on them for so many years. So I wandered explored and criss crossed the huge historical ...