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Travel Blogs from Mexico City
After a relatively short flight from New York to Mexico City we hop in a cab and experience one of the scariest car trips ever, we were zooming along one minute, cutting into someone else's lane the next and there was so much honking everywhere, but looking around there wasn't any anger, just everyone going where they wanted to.
We arrive …
Got my yank on with the runners and jeans look!
Went to the Anthropology Museum. Lots of Aztec artifacts 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 …
... quot;Calibri","sans-serif&qu ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">La Condesa is an awesome bohemian area. Cool bars and restaurants. Take the metro to Chapultepec;
... nice restaurant overlooking the main square, the president's palace and cathedral and enjoyed dinner and drinks with a few of Gustavo's friends.
Day One Hundred and Ninety Nine - Sunday 24th March 2013
Paul went off with Gustavo to join in with his weekly Sunday morning football session whilst Jemma relaxed in the apartment and uploaded photos to Facebook. The football was eight-a-side on a nearby school pitch and Paul found it hard going at first. ...