La Casita Del Patio Verde
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After a quick breakfast we set off on the metro to the Xochimilco Floating Gardens for a boat trip around the canals in a trajineras. There were so many boats, all painted in the same bright red and yellow design. After some bargaining with our boat man, who's job it was to punt us along the canals, we agreed the price of $200 ($=pesos!) each and set off. It was quite quiet as we were visiting midweek so it gave us the chance to take in ...
... adventure--seeing the home where Frida Kahlo grew up, where she and Diego Rivera hosted the luminaries of their day, and where Leon Trotsky stayed was amazing. The walls are covered with Kahlo and Rivera paintings and other documentary items like photographs, telegrams, and newspapers. The entire home is painted blue on the outside--a calming colour to contrast with the bright oranges and yellows that accent the gardens, which ...
... to sit outside and overlook the plaza which was filled with many mariachi singers and hawkers trying to sell you a photo, serenade, or shawl. At one point within the confines of the restaurant, we had competing mariachi bands playing simultaneously around us. A beggar woman ask for money and when we played dumb, pulled out a plastic cup from the inside of her jacket and asked for us to tip some of our drink! It wasn't what we expected as it lacked authenticity and frankly a little ...
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As the hotel was close by, it was time for a pit stop before heading off to see the Museo National de Antropologia.
... men in the world houses his own private art collection here and allows the public wander through the 8 floors of piece after piece for free.
We also took a trip out to Estadio Azteca the worlds 2nd largest footbal stadium - it wasnt the best staadium tour weve done but it was interesting all the same
We went up Torre Latino to the 38th floor to take in a night time view of the city - It was so worth the view but we had a badly thought out plan - had we gone ...