Camino Real Pedregal
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... It's sad people have preconceived ideas as this place deserves to be explored. It really is sad to be leaving, though it is by no means my last time in Central & South America and my brain will be happy to not have to translate everything it sees for a while, and I also have a week in the USA with Martina to look forward to as we hire a car and go for an explore, and I love the US so will be great to get back there.
Until next time.
... that started the day before I left. So it's been nice to sleep in until 9:30 or so every day and enjoy my morning a bit before hitting the hustle and bustle of Mexico City's streets. Which is precisely what we did today at around 11:00, when Carmen and I caught a bus down to the subway station and then took the underground to the Zócalo. A lot of history inhabits this city square--it was an important ...
... sell beers by the bucket. 2 Corona’s are poured into a huge cup for 60 pesos. Much better than lite beer at and ACDC concert in Sydney!!
More Tips for travellers:
- Take the security cabs from the airport. You buy your ticket just outside the baggage claim after passing migration. Trip to the City Centre (Zocalo) costs 165 pesos ($13AUD);
... glasses of wine. We were joined by a crazy Romanian bloke who contributed lost of wine, a huge turkey breast! He didn't stay too long! It was a really beautiful evening, my favourite so far in Mexico. Definately pencilling in a trip to visit these guys in France when we get back to Ireland again.
We ventured into the big city on Thursday, spent about $4 on a bus and two trains to get to the centre (you hear that Bus Eireann?!) The ...
... go out. So we missed out again. We still had an hour to kill in which we looked around a library and walked down one of the main streets taking photos of the statues and monuments along the way. Soon enough it was 6pm our arranged pick up time and to our surprise Julio was yelling to us from a car just near our pick up area. He took us back to the hotel and we chilled out in our room for a bit, had a meal downstairs, then watched a few movies until we fell ...