City Express Reforma El Angel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were perched on, wrapping four ropes around the top of the pole. Attaching themselves to the ropes, they fell backwards off the platform (like scuba divers entering the water) and dangled upside down, still playing their song. One man was playing a kind of flute and a percussion instrument at the same time, all the while hanging from his feet and turning in ever greater circles. Their descent to the ground took about three minutes ...
... The cathedral is absolutely massive and built on top and next door to the old Astec city, Tenochtitlan. The material to build the cathedral was salvaged from the Astec city. Apparently the plans for this cathderal and the cathderal in Peru were mixed up and the wrong one was built in Mexico City. Sad to see the destruction of a historical site. Very little left of the structures, but a good museum, Templo Mayor.
Mexico City used to be on an ...
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Next stop Oaxaca! A 5 hour drive from Mexico City - home of the popular drink Mescal - a strong, smokey liquor made from maguey plant tastes similar to a smokey Tequila.
Oaxaca (pronounced Wahaka) is a colourful little town buzzing with great cafés, restaurants and roof top bars. We stayed at a really nice hotel called Casa Oaxaca - just 7 rooms with a nice pool and amazing food! Although we were both ...
... enter the complex is $10 and includes admission to the museum, which contains a lot of the history behind Teotihuacan. It is probably the most impressive pyramid complex outside of Giza. It takes several hours to see it and is truly an incredible site. There are two gigantic pyramids. I believe one is pyramid of the sun and one is pyramid of the moon. Both of these pyramids are located on Avenue of the Dead, which used to be the ...
I tried it at a market the other day. I didn't even have to open my mouth to reveal my Gringo, or at least foreign, (cause in my mind Gringo is Americano - North American) accent. I just made the sign - "how much". There is a vast lexicon of Mexican sign language. I have also been taught how to say; " Call me" ( the universal gesture), and then slightly different movement of the same sign, "Let's have a drink" and ...