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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at a fruit stall trying all sorts of fruits we have rarely seen and others we have never heard of let alone tasted. Checked out the many different chillis and then checked out the meat market
Stopped at a small factory making fresh Tortilleria. These must be cheap enough for the poorest Mexican to be able to buy them. Then there was a little street cafe, which was crowded with locals, where we sampled Mole Nupcial. Then onto another street sidewalk stall ...
... biggest pyramide in the world and the main attraction of Teotihuacán. The smaller pyramide of the moon is beautiful and not busy at all. From her you have a great overview over the entire area. It is an incredibble place and it is anstonishing what people built about 2000 years ago. The city of Teotihuacán was then the biggest city in mesoamerica and had a strong influence and power for the region. It used to be about 20 ...
Up at 3:15 to ensure we get to Las Vegas airport in time. The American Airlines check in area was a shambles with the automatic check in machines right where people are queuing. The machines were playing up and not dispensing all the documents so we got told to queue for a certain desk but the woman there turned us away and told us to get back into the main queue.
We got to the gate and the woman there told us in three minutes she would have given up our tickets to those on ...
... experience - not too sure if the speed limit was adhered to even if there was very little traffic on the road. The hotel got the thumbs up from Dylan and Drew as it had a giant inflated World Cup soccer ball and palm trees in the lobby area. Certainly no escaping the World Cup here! We have had a quiet first day. Loaded up with breakfast as we missed dinner with the multiple time zone changes. Wandered around the local area and went to the Monumento a la Revolucion. This is ...
... the jungle to Lopes Mendes, a surfer’s paradise.
After three days on the island we managed to find a ferry that would take us home via Mangaratiba – the port rather closer to Rio. We had communicated this information via email to Mr Carlos who does not speak a word of English (and we certainly cannot get our heads round Brazilian Portuguese!) but he is a resourceful man. He forwards on our emails to his son who does speak ...