City Express EBC-Reforma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... large rubber ball. Using their forearms and hips, the players had to try to propel the ball through a stone hoop mounted vertically on the wall of a special arena. Depending upon how the game progressed, some players were decapitated, mid-match! The jewel in the museum's crown is the Sun Stone, which is arguably Mexico's most important sculpture. Displayed on wall, the Sun Stone is a 24.5 tonne stone disk, which gladiatorial fights would have taken place on. In the centre of ...
... sold – gold and silver in arcades off the cathedral, shoe shops a block behind, fabric shops in the adjacent street etc. Even department stores huddle together! Stopped at a shoe shop, Anne bought 2 pairs of heeled sandals, an alternative to thongs. We'd been told a Mexican winter is like Sydney, but it is much warmer. We stopped in at the cathedral and saw a procession of locals hoisting larger-than-life sized puppets of the Holy Family, ...
... men drop down, spinning as they drop to the ground. The legend surrounding the creation and performance of the dance is related to a kind of "rain dance" as performed by the Native Americans in Canada and the United States. It's quite the spectacle and we arrived just as the men had first reached the top of the pole.
When we finished up, we walked over to Chapultepec Park (named after the grasshopper-- Chapultepec ...
... around in this space. Great rooftop kitchen and bar…
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Tlacoyos are served on the street here in Mexico City. They are thick torpedo-shaped tortillas that are stuffed with anything from refried beans to fried pork skin. They are served with different toppings; our favorites are queso fresco (fresh cheese), squash blossoms, nopales (cactus), and salsa verde (green salsa).