- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... Cultural highlight #1: Teotihuacan, not to be confused with Tenochtilan
There are also some pyramids just outside DF, which we got to through the most mental bus station in the world ever (Indios Verdes) Tbh, these pyramids aren't as impressive as the other 1s, until you realise they were built hundreds of years before and 1 is even the width of the great pyramids in Egypt. Meanwhile, in the UK, we would have been fannying around with Stone Henge. We like the fact ...
... a explored downtown Mexico City. It was packed full of people. They must love shoes as every second shop was a shoe shop! Just a comparison - we bought 2 packets of chips and a coke from 7/11 and it cost us a grand total of $2.70. It was a long day but the experience was awesome. Hector was wonderful! We are now at the room resting before dinner :) We fly out to LA tomorrow! Will update then!! Adios ...
... the time, the loser of the presidential election called BS and asked his people to take to the streets! Which they did, in droves, for weeks, clogging Reforma Avenue, the Broadway of this city, bringing chaos and my tourism to a halt. Today, the president is married to a movie star and while this city is still mad with chaos, it's mostly because 20+ million people own cars. I checked into my cool hotel in the trendy Condesa ...
... side hosts the cathedral. In the center of the plaza, a staking rink was being built as was what looked like a long slide. Preparations seemed in place for a huge performance. In the center of it all stood a large Christmas tree, decorated with red and white balls that someone evoke Coca Cola in my mind.
Our next stop was to walk around the Temple Mayor. Because they would not allow us to bring in our water bottles, we decided to take turns going in. Jeremy and ...
... normal; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.66px;">I knew that once I had exited the station I had to head north. Remembered that the phone had some apps so I decided to use the compass and map. I found the monument and to my surprise it was an extremely tall modern finger pointing skywards. I had expected a monument of an old Mexican leader or war hero. My gut feeling was ...