Chillout Flat Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 265 The birds received their weekly clean out this morning before we set out. We opted for the tube today after the bus was so poor yesterday. In our carriage, a storyteller was busking. This raconteur looked like he was getting a dreary reception but eventually received payment from at least six people and sold a couple of bookmarks. Emerging into the Zócalo, we made straight for the entrance to the Templo Mayor museum, passing some people protesting about the lost ...
... in the "hipster" area and saw a nativity flashmob and then had a beer at a place that sells national and international beers including brewdog beer?! In the evening, we went to one of Manuel's friend's houses and I learnt, out of necessity!, a lot of Mexican slang...! Aunty Alison - Did you have a nice Christmas? It was nice to see you on Christmas day, if very briefly! I hope you managed to get some more (better!) Christmas jokes from the crackers this year! Alisha's ...
... front, in which Bobbie said something a little mean, thinking they wouldn't understand being non English speaking, after they finished at the front the man turned to me smiled and in perfect English asked if we were ok? Thank god he didn't hear what Bobbie had said, he helped us by telling us we need to buy stamps in the estampilla line, in which we did. We told the lady we wanted to send international to Australia. She weighed the package, asked what was in it, asked if we ...
... no joy. I ordered a torta, which I thought was like an open taco but turns out, it was more like a burger, go figure. Mine was delicious though! We ordered dos corona and as we were finishing them the bar tender came over with two more compliments of the man at the end of the bar, we gave the guy a wave, said gracias, and then debated whether to drink the damn things for ageeeeeees haha. Why would a random Mexican stranger buy us beers...? We decided Mick could be the guinea pig, so after ...
... as we had hoped but we did relive our youth once more with a traditional hair braid, which we may now slightly regret!!
In the evening we joined other people in the hostel for a BBQ followed by a trip to see Lucha Libre which is the mexican wrestling entertainment, involving very oiled mexican men wearing leather hotpants and colourful masks "fighting"' each other, think WWE style rather than real boxing. It was ...