Camino Real Aeropuerto
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... educational bus trip to a monastery and a winery -after we both displayed an aptitude in certain subjects. My teacher took me on walks about town and to markets etc. At the end of it all, we can still order a beer, and the shop assistants remain confused.
Then it was Saturday. We got to the airport to find that - on the day before the election, liquor sales are banned! Fortunately they gave us a beer on the plane to Mexico ...
... walkway, extending from the edge of the park, which (we think) was the original 'drive' between the castle and the city. It was just asking to be walked down, even though it was out of our way. At the end of the wide, paved walkway are a majestic set of gates, guarded by lions. If you continue walking in the same direction into the city, your route takes you between high rise offices of shining glass into Mexico City's financial district. We could see the ...
... though it was a pool game the Mexico fans were in party mode. The street outside our hotel got closed off and there were thousands of people walking down the street waving flags and chanting "Mexico, Mexico". The fans were all decked out in green, red and white - we even saw a dog painted in the Mexican colours. The procession down the street went on for hours after the game. We joined the procession for a little ...
It was great to go and experience for the night. People were shouting and going crazy at the wrestlers. It was more of a show than anything though – like WWF – they don’t really hurt each other! Food & beer was being brought around to you so you didn’t have to get up. Outside you could buy souvenirs of your favourite wrestlers mask.
In this ...
... a huge park, similar to Central Park in size- and had a lot of fun at the distorted mirrors corner and labyrinth! We also enjoyed a nice walk in San Angel, a beautiful colonial district with a handicraft market where locals like to stroll on Saturdays. We also made it to Coyacan, another pretty neighborhood of Mexico city, quite colorful and residential, where we visited the Casa Azul, Frida Khalo's house. It was very interesting to be reminded what an impressive woman this ...