City Express Reforma El Angel
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... Alameda Park. We walked through there, just taking it in. We then headed back to the hotel where we regrouped and rested a bit. In our journey to get back, we asked our waiter where we watched the game how to get back. Well, I knew there was a Sullivan St. near our hotel, and he referred to it as he was discussing our situation with another waiter. We told him that that was my last name, and he said it was a very well-known street. Nice!
Did have to remember coming back on the bus nick stood up to let elderly seņor sit n moved further back. Through the long return trip I hear people laughing n giggling. Yep then I could hear someone snoring ....images of nick asleep with his mouth open snoring away were correct. Oh dear
just back from nicks favourite district for dinner, we had hot green pollo enchiladas with many sights on the way. ...
... 8.5 metric tons (8.4 long tons; 9.4 short tons). The relief on the stone was later determined to be Coyolxauhqui, the moon goddess, dating to the end of the 15th century.
From 1978 to 1982, specialists directed by archeologist Eduardo Matos Moctezuma worked ...
... of course!!). We spent the rest of the week trying to explore the city, the brilliant anthropology museum and travelling out to the Sun and Moon pyramids at Teotihuacan. Mexico City is wonderful, colourful, bright, bustling, varied and above all noisy! You would not believe the almost pathological fear of silence that affects this city's inhabitants; from the incessant clomping on the keyboard coming from Sarah's neighbour ...
... is as good as everyone - and I mean everyone - says. (I can't speak for the more troubled parts, but us backpackers tend to find that most places aren't as bad as they're made out to be...of course, that doesn't mean I'm attempting to hitch-hike into Arizona any time soon...)
Food or sights? How many ruins and old and dead things do you need to see? Sometimes it's enough to read about them on the Internet. Let's eat.