Casa Inn Mexico City
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... now had military police.
Eventually we bought seats for $1.50 pp and settled down to wait.
Found out the parade didn't start until 11.
got chatting with a Mexican chap whose daughter had done a project on Australia. Had the obligatory family/group photo and swapped email details?
When the parade arrived WOW. It had everything. Started with historical service uniformed groups through to horse troops, ...
As we know Mexico has some cool Mayan ruins in Chichen Itza, but in Mexico city there exists something to rival them. The Aztecs had their civilisation and had their capital city based here, and was called Teotihuacan. Teotihuacan is only about an hour from where we were staying so we made the trip to go see what the fuss was about. The ...
Slept-in this morning, but made breakfast before 10am close. A wonderful hot buffet with Mexican and American specialities - everything from bacon and waffles to hot spicy foods and green fruit juice - pineapple, cactus and parsley! Met up with Julia for a hop-on, hop-off bus tour of the city. Our ticket included earphones for the tour in many languages - all worked well, except English! Still, a fascinating ...
... and white tiles. The inside, too, is decorated in magnificent tiled walls. It is today the flagship Sanborns, which is a chain of boutiques and restaurants in Mexico. It was opulent and grand; there was a pianist playing everything from classical Mexican music to Dave Brubeck in the corner. I gorged myself on pozole--which is kind of like a soup but more like a stew, with chicken and pork rinds, various ...
... quickly, with everyone trying to sell things. Other words such as 'Hola', 'cuanto cuesta?' (how much?), 'por favor' (please), 'no hablo espanol' (I don't speak Spanish) also were needed a lot. Luckily, Jess is very good at Spanish from previous travels so she helps with communication when we need. After, we went on a free walking tour with the hostel, we stopped at a bar where they served beverages made from cactus, I wasn't much of a fan but it was interesting to try. We also went to ...