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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Got my yank on with the runners and jeans look!
Went to the Anthropology Museum. Lots of Aztec artefacts including a replica of Montuzumas head piece. Big place, that's us done with Museums for a bit!
Happened upon a bunch of guys flinging themselves off a 100ft pole and rotating upside down until they reached the ground! …
Last night, we made it to the hostel and went for a bite to eat, all fairly tame really!
Set off for the Centro Historico this morning to have a look at all the old Aztec ruins (Templo Mayor), cathedral and government buildings. Popped up out of the Metro into a teachers encampment. Loads of teachers were camped out in the Plaza de la …
... also organised our tickets out of the US. Lucky we remembered what Ingrid had told us about her experience in LAX about the customs guy giving her grief about her exit point and confirmed that we need an exit tickets so we booked our flight out of NYC to Toronto. Hinesh braved the language barrier and got his haircut, he looks 21 again. We briefly stepped out for lunch and dinner but nothing to write home about. But desert was delicious!!! We had a slice of chocolate and coffee ...
... her by stoking her competitive edge – she sure whooped those other tourists!
Final evening in DF was spent watching the sun go down while munching on burritos in Plaza Garibaldi. We went as it was meant to be an excellent place to have a beer and listen to the Mariachi bands. This was evidently the case, there must have been 50 musicians strutting about ‘La Bamba’ing the night away. Unfortunately, we were ...
... is a major airport in a major city. I took a taxi to my hostel and after settling in I had my first meal. After that I went for a long walk to explore. I felt totally at ease and not the slightest bit concerned for my safety. However, I did have one embarassing moment. As I walked I made sure to keep my guard up and as I stoood waiting at a crosswalk I turned and was startled that someone ...