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Travel to Mexico and Cuba. Flights and transport

Just returned from a trip to Mexico and Cuba. Honestly, I thought that it would be easier to find time for posts on trips, but this turned out to be not an easy task. That one question needs to be solved, then the other, but I forgot the laptop adapter

Travel to Mexico and Cuba. Housing

About flights and ground transportation I told in a previous article. Now I would like to highlight the issue of housing. In total, there are 13 places where I stayed: 7 chain hotels 3 non-network hotels 3 guest houses Mexico: Mexico City Hampton Inn & Suites – Cento Historico (Hilton

Lufthansa First Class Frankfurt (FRA) – Mexico City (MEX)

Technical information: Flight: LH0498 Airplane: Boeing 747-8 Class: First Location: 2A The cabin of the first class on the B747-8 is located in front of the lower deck, under the pilot's cabin and consists of 8 seats. I chose a place 2A, which provided maximum privacy. The cabin is very

Mexico City. Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Mexico City – Centro Historico

Technical information: Network: Hilton Status at the time of arrival: Gold Upgrade: yes (suite) Points earned: 2307 Hilton and 2500 Miles & More For the first night in Mexico, I chose the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Mexico City – Centro Historico, which is located in the historic center,

Mexico City. Hotel Fairfield Inn & Suites Mexico City Vallejo

Technical information: Network: Marriott Status at the time of arrival: Gold Upgrade: yes (studio) Points Received: 975 Marriott After Hampton Inn Centro Historico, I moved to the Mexico City Vallejo Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott City City, part of the Marriott portfolio. I had two reasons: firstly, out of

Mexico City. Hotel Holiday Inn Mexico Zona Rosa

Technical information Network: IHGStatus at the time of arrival: noUpgrade: noPoints Received: 731 IHG For the last night in Mexico City, I chose the Holiday Inn Zona Rosa hotel, since I wanted to stay in this particular part of the city, closer to Reforma Avenue. The Rosa Zone is a

Mexico City. Benito Juarez Airport (MEX). Terminal 1. Overview of The Grand Lounge Elite business lounge

After Mexico, I went to Tustla. Departure was made from the T1 terminal. Since I was flying economy, I decided to try my luck in the business hall accessible by Priority Pass. Next to my gate were 2 such halls: Lounge 19 and The Grand Lounge Elite. At first I