Hotel Clara Luna
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... to the wifi - so novel and generally relax before meeting up with Diane to have dinner at the Corona Salon. A great recommendation. No idea what we ordered but ended up with a great sandwich and a chat with one of the waiters. They were so helpful and got samples of different flavours to try before we bought. Vey fun. It is so strange being back in the world of brands and fast food. A great first day in ...
... time to go home. The next day we caught the metro train to a suberb called Xochimilco. This part of town is most famous for its old canals. We wondered down to the water and down at the wharf there were hundreds of brightly coloured boats. We hired a boat for a few hours and sailed down the canals with our guide.. It is known as the Mexican version of Venice and it was a very cultural experience. our guide was working so hard for the entire time paddling using a long stick that he dug ...
... it would be a beautiful place to come and relax, but Sundays are crazy….just as my guidebook warned me it would be!
I know that many of you reading were expecting me to be visiting another developing country with basic facilities, but really Mexico City is a very cosmopolitan, sophisticated city. As I mentioned earlier in many ways it reminds me of London, especially today around the park and travelling the ...
... point! Grabbed my red book and showed it to them.. They proceeded to get on their walkie talkies and shout down them for 5 loooong mins. They are all stood in front of these huge old buses so I'm thinking what the hell is going on!! Eventually they all nod at me and shout at me in Spanish and point to the last bus.. The whiskey head insists on carrying my massive suitcase to the bus and asks if I can pay him for the help with a 'besito' kiss.. So I give him kiss on the ...
... him excited! At a location in another hotel behind the Fortress there were a half dozen empty Tecate beer cans, Peter noting that I had obviously been there: that's Explore humour. We also went down to the fairly fast moving El Fuerte River, the same one that was crossed by the longest bridge on El Chepe. Alan thought Peter's line should be something like 'I should take a picture but I can't be bothered'.
Back after 1100, downloading the pix ...