Casa Inn Mexico City
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... to do that to a person...not the heat so much as the people and all the things to do and see!--while waiting for Vanessa to arrive home, which she did quite late, owing to traffic.
Still, we had a full night ahead of us, it being our last one together. We caught a cab and headed into Polanco to the grocery store where I picked up the last of the things I needed to bring back with me: ...
... was VERY uneventful, as I studied all day for my test on Monday. Monday was almost the same, as I wrote a movie review and studied for Tuesday's test. However, after those first rough 2 days we had a great week! Wednesday we went to Tlatelolco, aka The Plaza of Tres Culturas. We learned about the Masacre de Tlatelolco, where the government shot and killed over 200 students who were meeting peacefully in the plaza to protest the rampant corruption in ...
... reproduction of a tomb interior, this one showing the burial of warriors ritually sacrificed to bless the construction. Creepily, they were each provided with a necklace of human jawbones.
It was nearly dark, so we decided it was time to go in search of food and mescal. We walked back to Condesa then randomly selected a restaurant, which had delicious food, a great mescal de casa, and a super-cute Jack Russell terrier mascot. ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.66px;">Remembering my time in Rio de Janeiro when I exited a metro station and walked in the wrong direction thinking that I was heading towards Sugarloaf, I asked a young local also looking at the local map on the station wall for directions. He said "left, left, right towards the monument".
... Gabriel took us to a great cantina - Las Barricas which works on a great system. You buy a beer and get a dish with it - we had soup first, the second beer got us an avocado filled with tuna and spice at which point we admitted defeat. Tim carried on with a third beer and chose pork crackling which came with cactus and guacamole and it was possible to have a 4 th beer to get another dish. So all we paid for was 2 beers worth each. You got 8 or so choices per beer ...