Cosmopolitan Couple

Traveling Together Around the World!

We are checking out from the hotel in Mexico City!

And I still haven’t mentioned where we stayed. Clinton choose for us modern boutique hotel “brick” where we had comfortable stay in two-levels room. Overall, we do not find anything very remarkable to comment about “brick”. Although I remember really enjoying seeing through the hall window a flat roof with growing grass on it. No pictures though.

We are checking out from the hotel in Mexico City!

And I still haven’t mentioned where we stayed. Clinton choose for us modern boutique hotel “brick where we had comfortable stay in two-levels room. Overall, we do not find anything very remarkable to comment about “brick”. Although I remember really enjoying seeing through the hall window a flat roof with growing grass on it. No pictures though.

It is a combination of us three: computer-Clinton and me. Here is the fact about it: we are talking and … heeeeey…Clinton does not hear me anymore being destructed by computer (some mail from job)! It used to bother (or even irritate me) a lot! But now It’s okay. I just need to learn how to handle this :)

Clinton was sitting outside figuring out some things about the Dead Sea. It was not completely dark when we arrived but it was late enough doing anything. So we just took our time without doing much but having dinner that night later. I also remember us finding McDonald’s where Clinton had French fries (it is rare but happens if there is no food around and he is very hungry) :)

Coming back from Ephesus we were friendly invited to have a cup of Turkish tea sharing a nice conversation with our new friend (who worked for “Nisanyan” hotel helping us and being our taxi driver). As first, it was really a nice conversation that turned into presentation of carpets he sold :) Yep, it was interesting TILL the moment we started feeling a little bit of pressure for buying one! Honestly, we didn’t know how to leave! We were told so many “important” reasons why we HAVE to have a carpet that we couldn’t handle it! But luckily, Clinton is a “rock” when he doesn’t want something :) If I was him I would have a Turkish carpet for 400 $ now! Ha-ha! So we hardly left and… a little bit later understood HOW “it works” (meaning how sellers try you to buy stuff what I’ll share in separate blog-post about). Well! Carpets were super nice and we would not mind to do some yoga BUT sorry! Too inconvenient to bring home (although they can ship it home) and actually … overpriced…!

p.s. There was mirror on the ceiling! Wow, we liked it :)