Hotel Century Zona Rosa
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... end and it's actually possible to climb to the top (291 of some of the steepest steps around) for some great views of the city. As with Chichen itza, vendors are allowed to sell their wares and roam around which takes away some of the novelty value. Naturally I had to buy a really cool looking skull that they use to celebrate day of the dead ...
... Mary and Jess Langrell at the hotel, a group of us, led by Jess, then wandered to the cathedral for 4pm mass but something was lost in translation as there was nothing on! So we wandered around admiring the amazing interior of the huge cathedral and side chapels. We then decided to have late lunch (though not by Mexican standards!), so we followed Julia's lead in brushing off the restaurant touts ...
Took a turibus for south of mexico. Really helpful guy at City express hotel told me where to go and looked out for bus for me, recommended their tour for teotihuacan. Bus arrived, only English speaking person on tour, family from Brazil and lady from Columbia. But guide good. Went to coyoacan town rich neighbourhood in colonial times, saw church, went to Frida Khalo house and museum, really interesting. So sad what happened to her but ...
... Please?! I'm not kidding you--this stuff is goooooood.)
When lunch was done, we walked a short distance to El Palacio de Bellas Artes, which is a theatre today but boasts some of the most impressive art deco stylings I've ever seen. It took my breath away, which was fitting--as the last stop on our tour, I thought bringing the whole thing full circle with gasps and oohs and aaahs just as I did in ...
... other ruins and cathedrals in the city. It was $300 peso, approx $25 US$. Our host was Constantino, his English was great and he could talk a lot that's for sure! The history was very interesting. Our first stop was......... Over 10,000 university students were killed here in a massacre in 1962, in a quest for more freedom. Our next stop was the markets near the pyramids. We were shown the plant where tequila came from. In the centre of the cactus was all this liquid, it would take ...