Mexico City with Grant

Agent Name: Grant Hurrle
Date: May 2004
Trip Location: Colonial Mexico

Mexico Fam - Grant0001Places Visited: Mexico City, Taxco, San Miguel de Allende, San Luis Potosi, Guanajuato.

Overall Trip Impression: There’s so much more to Mexico than just beaches. It’s easy to get to, easy to get around once you’re there, and full of wonderful architecture, culture, cuisine, free online pharmacy courses with certificates and history.

Travel Advice for Colonial Mexico: Renting a car can that recline almost flat.

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Favorite Hotel: Posada de las Monjas, San Miguel, former convent in viagra cost in india heart of city.

Favorite genericviagra4sexlife.com Town: Guanajuato is most amazing tadalafil citrate colonial town imaginable. Birthplace of Diego Rivera.

Local Cuisine: Mexican food is way better in Mexico than it is in Vancouver. The restaurants that specialize in tacos and gorditas are fun and cheap.

Site Not to Miss: The pyramids at Teotihuacan outside Mexico City are fantastic.

Best Time of Year to Travel: The rainy season in the central Mexican plateau starts in late May/early June to end of September. Best to travel outside of these months, but it can get quite cold at night in winter due to elevation.