Hostal B&B Dos Fridas y Diego
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... boat. So the two of us attempt to maneuver around the lake. There were lots of going around in circles initially since my guns are not as big as Hinesh's so his row was a lot stronger than mine. There were bumper boats at times especially in the more narrower sections of the lake. And there was singing (on both our parts) of that beloved nursery rhyme appropriate for the activity. Was a nice way to spend the morning.
After the row boat we grabbed a quick lunch (mainly for me ...
... very much.
We ended our day at the Museo Soumaya, built by Carlos Slim to house his extensive art collection. I mostly wanted to see the building, which was interesting but not all that great. I liked the basic impression, but the ties were not as reflective of the sky for a building that calls itself "cloud-shaped". We did tour the museum (as it is free). Most of the art was fine. The Rodins are good, and he has a lot ...
... and were mainly taken along the Avenida Madero, Avenida Benito Juarez or the immediate streets.
This was our last week in our hotel before we moved to our new home.
We explored a few new areas:
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Parque México (Parque San Martín), built in the 1920s, is a former private race track on the property of a ...
... carts I thought was a really great idea. Lots of the attractions here were free to including the Anthropology museum I had just been to and the zoo that I decided to check out quickly before it closed. Whilst not a great place it did give me the perfect excuse to have a go at using my camera and it did have a few interesting animals. The Mexican hairless dog and (Predictably) giant panda where favourites for me.