Hotel Mision Naucalpan
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... of Mexico's (men's football team's) key Copa America game against Chile. He was on great form and sent his best wishes to Kori and Martin. The match was a belter and ended 3 v 3 and included a heading masterclass. However, Chile were ********e by. We'll get out and about a bit more ...
... looked 'official' and it was immediately clear that they were collecting the money from the check outs. Nonetheless, we have never felt so uncomfortable whilst queuing up for the tills in a clothes shop. Back at the flat, we ate a few leftovers and caught bits of Andy Murray's French Open semifinal. Our afternoon plan was to register for a couple of Ecobici: Mexico City's equivalent of London's Boris Bikes. We had thought of cycling about the park for a bit. Unfortunately, it ...
... to advise cafes and restaurants that he was in the neighbourhood. Strolling along Masaryk and Horacio, we looked in the odd shop here and there. On Horacio, there is a huge church: the biggest in the neighbourhood. It is much brighter and more relaxing than most and the space between floor and arched ceiling is vast. The stained glass windows featured a variety of geometric motifs. Many of the churches we have visited in Mexico have had quite modern or experimental stained ...
... we strolled along the edge of an oddly blue pond near the 'Nelson Mandela Cultural Area'. Across a road that bisects the park, we went round the statue of Honest Abe before sitting on a seat under the trees and looking over the water. A delightfully colourful hummingbird was drinking from the pond, its wingbeats leaving ripples on the surface. The bird's movements were mesmerising and almost alien. We had picked a very pleasant spot. Continuing ...
... was briefly barred by a massive freight train, unceremoniously cutting its way across a busy road and a pedestrian area. Its hundreds of tonnes left only discreet rails in its wake. Once through the metal detectors, we deposited our bags. In the foyer of the building is an interesting two-sided mosaic, depicting a traditional rural scene. We admired it for a few moments before heading up to the first floor. Most of this floor is dedicated to coins and ...