Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Amex Centurion Lounge Mexico City

"Run away and never look back," I told myself as I made for the exits of the Priority Pass Lounge. Half a terminal later, I was seated at the bar the American Express Centurion Lounge in MEX.
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Priority Pass Bus Lounge Mexico City

Priority Pass Lounges may be better than waiting with the common folk but not by much. Leaving Mexico City, I went to the lounge near my gate before making the executive decision that it was making the hike to the Amex Centurion Lounge.

Guns & Butter: Mexico City Travel Guide

Bienvenido a la Ciudad de México. I hope you brushed up on your Spanish and are ready to get after it. The population of Mexico City is around 9 million people making it one of the largest cities in the world. In this guide I'll cover what I did and didn't do leaving the ultimate decision of what you should do to you.

The Hyatt Regency Mexico City Review

"Are you here on business?" my friend asked when he met me at the Regency Club at the Hyatt Mexico City. If business means the Hyatt Diamond Challenge then yes I was.

The Mexico City Metro

I had read about the terrible traffic in Mexico City and thought it would be more convenient, more cultural to take the scenic route via the Mexico City Metro.

Southwest Boarding in Mexico

This is part of the Trip Report: The Greatest Diamond Challenge of All Time. Check out how I planned my Hyatt Diamond Challenge and how it cost next to nothing here. In this report, I will cover: Las...

Don’t Pay $30 for Tacos

We all travel enough to know there are tourist traps everywhere. It begins at the airport with the ATM that charges a less than friendly rate and continues with the taxi driver who exploits the unfamiliar traveler. To combat these usual occurrences we know to use Uber and keep a Charles Schwab checking account for international travel. These precautions are a must.

Mexico City First Impressions

Second day in Mexico City and I thought I'd share my first impressions after wandering the city all afternoon. First, in terms of safety I've yet to feel any apprehension. Talk of how dangerous...

Alex’s Hip New Year’s Travels: Emporio Acapulco 2005

Every New Years dating back to 2001, it has been a tradition for me to be out of the country when the clock struck midnight. Years before ThePointsOfLife was traveling for free, I used to do...

Alex’s Hip New Year’s Travels: Hotel Riu Cancun 2004

Every New Years dating back to 2001, it has been a tradition for me to be out of the country when the clock strikes midnight. Years before ThePointsOfLife was traveling for free, I used to...
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