Lumina Luxury Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... if I wanted to check in my rolling suitcase because it was a full flight and there wasn't much room on the plane. Plus, he pointed out, it was really heavy (it had all my school books in it plus a gift for my Mexican family) so it'd be nice to not have to put it up in the bin and get it back down. Somewhat reluctantly and somewhat happily I agreed. Bad idea, kind of. Upon arrival in Mexico City, that suitcase wasn't there. (Seriously, I could see ...
... or speed limits. The museum was amazing featuring ancient artefacts that you can get very close to (unlike most of the museums I have been to where a 3000 year old stone carving would be behind a meter of plexiglass). We also had a second lunch which was a bit of a lottery as we just picked random things on the menu, but the food was amazing. Off to the pyramids tomorrow if we can get up on time. ...
... Templo Mayor was one of the main temples of the Aztecs in their capital city of Tenochtitlan, which is now Mexico City. Its architectural style belongs to the late Postclassic period of Mesoamerica. The temple was called the huei teocalli ['wei teo'kalːi] in ...
... needed. We then headed back to the hotel and packed everything into the box, taped it up nice and tight and wrapped in yellow paper. Then we walked the package up to the post office. We were both a little worried we would not have much luck sending the package, the box was huge and weighed a fair bit, as well as that all the other mex post depots around the country have to go through all your items before you pack and send, we were ...
... the "female only" carriages. A wonderful respite from the stares we were receiving (Iīm still putting this down to Nicolaīs shorts, she maintains it was because we were so pale and looked out of place).
The following day we gathered up our worldly possessions and headed south to the city of Oaxaca (Wahaca), a place that is famous for its mescal and chocolate. For some reason I was very much looking forward to this city. Canīt fathom why...