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Y comienza la Jolly experience en Mexico! Tanto soñe con Mexico...y aca estoy! Despues de 10 horas de vuelo en Aeromexico, vuelo lleno, pero por suerte me toco 16J ventanilla, dos asientos con un señor mexicano muy discreto, calladito y sobre todo de tamaño normal a pequeño, con lo cual pude dormir bastante tranquila....a pesar del "arrorro" de …
... and showered. Feeling refreshed and exhausted, and muscles I didn't know I had. I headed to the restaurant on the 8th floor for dinner. Since I was still feeling nauseas, as I had been on and off since I arrived. I felt like comfort food so I went for Italian pasta. It was very delicious and just what I needed. I then chatted to mum via Facebook and headed to bed as I was to venture out for the first time with my back pack tomorrow to find the bus station & head to my next destination. ...
We started our day once again with the hot cakes from the breakfast menu downstairs. Today our mission was to figure out how to post some things back home and for myself to get a haircut. We headed up the road a few blocks to the post office, Julio pointed it out for us a few days before. Out the front of the post office some locals sell envelopes in a few different sizes, that are bubble wrapped on the inside, perfect for sending our stuff back in. We purchased a grande, which ...
... so when a soup is good, its just so good. We ordered fish tostado, prawn and octopus cocktail, fried snapped and fried prawns. All these dishes were delicious and so fresh. But the winner was the prawn - fried or in the cocktail, they were sweet and crunchy. With the added jalapeño and lime flavour, they were heavenly. And so cheap. Less than US$30 for the three of us and the dishes were big.
After lunch we went to Xochimilco Lake and Canals which I was actually not ...
... dancers who had huge head dresses on and creepy face paint. Then we went inside an art gallery and saw some of Diego Rivera’s murals with a tour guide who told us the story behind the picture. Then we walked down this main street and saw a public salsa class going on, mum loved watching people take part but didn’t want to herself. Then we walked back to the square and saw some people perform a live Mozart concert.
The next day though was the best ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services