Suites Teca Once
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... surprise to do anything else, Ben politely declined both. Next, a manicure was offered (for an extra charge this time). As you might imagine, with this many accessories to the hair cut itself, there was a strong complement of staff: at least twice as many barbers and manicurists as customers. A distinguished gentleman (perhaps the boss) got to work cutting Ben's hair. Instead of facing the mirror, Ben was turned to face the television, where La Liga football was ...
... just get pushed on and off, it was a very interesting journey to say the least!!! We visited the Anthropology museum in Chapultepec park, I may have got told off for touching the sun stone and Hilary and Amy may have set an alarm or two off!!! Ended the trip in the park with some candy floss, described by Hilary as 'fit'!!! Next stop San Cristobal on a night ...
... my fears about not speaking Spanish fluently were more or less assuaged by the fact that everyone speaks more English than I do Spanish. That always makes me feel bad because I really feel I ought to know more or do better. But I try whenever I can and everyone has been really good about helping me. I am finding that I can understand what I'm hearing a lot better than I expected I would. That was definitely a pleasant surprise.
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... two of notice. Normally, I would know the Metro Line and where I am going. I had my hotel booked, but did not know if the Metro was safe. I later found out it was safe, but at this time, I thought it would be best to get a prepaid taxi that cost roughly $10. It took me an hour to wait in line for the taxi. I think this was because nearly everyone here takes the subway/metro, which actually costs less than $1. Once I got in the taxi, ...
... Gabriel took us to a great cantina - Las Barricas which works on a great system. You buy a beer and get a dish with it - we had soup first, the second beer got us an avocado filled with tuna and spice at which point we admitted defeat. Tim carried on with a third beer and chose pork crackling which came with cactus and guacamole and it was possible to have a 4 th beer to get another dish. So all we paid for was 2 beers worth each. You got 8 or so choices per beer ...