Hostal Cuija Coyoacan
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... me that most Mexican foods have corn, peppers, avocados, and tomatoes in them, so if I am allergic to any of them, I better be careful. When we had to order food, my friend recommended the cheese enchilada ...
Today was amazing, interesting, inspiring and poignant in equal measures. I've long admired the work of Frida Kahlo and knew a little about her tumultuous life so it was definitely on my 'to do' list to go and visit the Casa Azul, the family home she shared with Diego Rivera, in the southern suburb of Coyoacán. Breakfast was another social affair, and I was able to find out a little more about my fellow guests, one of the women, Tola, is travelling down to Oaxaca on ...
... we all agreed we could do with some food. Reno took us to the original Salon Corona, established in the 1920s. We had tacos and Coronas. Afterwards we visited Renos shop on the corner of Zocalo, overlooking the Cathedral. Following this visit we went for coffee on the top terrace of another building overlooking the Zocalo, before calling it a night and heading back the ...
... Houston had caused me the most difficulty. I had not expected that because we landed in terminal E and according to my onward boarding pass I was leaving
from gate E10 seemed pretty easy! Despite that I still seemed to have to walk
for miles and I had also checked that E10 was the right gate. I even spoke to a
girl at the gate about boarding early….all good so far….but then as I went to
board and she scanned my boarding pass and discovered ...
... inquistion? The museum is housed quite a way out by we decided to walk back in the early evening light along paseo de Reforma and came across the Mexico City branch of the Occupy movement camped out at the side of the road. La Lucha Continua!
Today we wanted to get out of the centre of the city and explore a little so took the Metro to its terminal and then took the light train right out to Xochimilco a throwback to the ancients - though now ...