Suites Del Angel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... are mexicans and there are not that many foreigners. It was also less expensive than Chichen Itza.
Back in the city we could just hide in a bar next to the Monumento De La Revolución before it started to rain. The bar Crisanta Cervezeria was famous for their beers and it was for us the first time since we arrived in Mexico that we had good beer.
We had two bottles of Tripel De Abadía and a little empanada ...
... of 320 pesos ($26.48).
Once showered we went out for a meal at a small restaurant then onto a bar where we Dany & I had her favourite beer drink. The top of the beer glass is covered in salt and a bit of lime and they stick in some Worcestershire Sauce, Lime, Tabasco Sauce and another Mexican Sauce and a little chili powder and the a stubbie of beer on top. Interesting!!
We then went onto a Mezcal bar when they have a choice of lots of different Mezcal, very ...
... there! What?!?! Well, turns out, he was in the program about 5 years ago! What a coincidence!! We didn't know many of the same professors, but there were a couple, and the director is the same. Crazy! Needless to say that between our common interests, he's also a high school Spanish teacher, and the kind lady who was between us, we had an enjoyable flight.
As I waited to catch my flight from Dallas to Mexico City, there was a girl ...
... swing, we were distinctly part-worn. However, we watched two ‘schools’ (each school or procession lasts for about an hour) from the packed and heaving terraces, swigging at plastic bottles of wine and whiskey to keep us going. It has to be said it is an amazing spectacle but was it worth the huge price tag of 300€? The shuttle bus finally got us back to Barra at 3.30am, by which time Mr Carlos had given up and gone ...