Cityexpress Insurgentes Sur
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... I much prefer to eat at the local cafes and street stalls. The meals are often better than the restaurants and inexpensive. There are also some of the major US fast food places here that I avoid. The variety of foods in Mexico is incredible, each region having a specialty and so many tasty things to try!
Teotihuacan was the highlight of my stay here, the biggest pyramid in Latin America. It was a lost city before the Spanish arrived in the 1500s. In their rampage through the ...
... safely on pretend roads laid out in the giant square. The Aztec dancers with their feathered headgear, loin cloths and drums have been pushed over to mingle with a small market which clings to the side of the cathedral and they are watched by the tradesmen who wait for employment, sitting with their hand-written signs listing their skills. In the few months I lived in Mexico City, all those years ago, I never made it to the Templo Mayor museum so I had decided today was the perfect ...
... boat. So the two of us attempt to maneuver around the lake. There were lots of going around in circles initially since my guns are not as big as Hinesh's so his row was a lot stronger than mine. There were bumper boats at times especially in the more narrower sections of the lake. And there was singing (on both our parts) of that beloved nursery rhyme appropriate for the activity. Was a nice way to spend the morning.
After the row boat we grabbed a quick lunch (mainly for me ...
... the Pyramid of the Sun this morning). Here's the general history: Teotihuacan lasted from around 100BC to maybe 800AD. It was built originally on the obsidian trade but later became a major pilgrimage site. At its peak, it housed around 150,000 people. Despite its size, little is known about it. So far, there are hints that it may have had glyphs but no clear writing system has been identified much less translated. The Aztecs, when they came, found the place is ...
... once did a young male street trader did not like a photo being taken. I now know why as later on you can see some photos of the mainly young male street traders running away with their goods bundled up in a sheet over the shoulder. They were illegal street traders and were being pursued by ...