Cityexpress Insurgentes Sur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Breakfast had more unusual offerings – spicy chicken casserole and hot vegies - potato with spinach and bacon. Salad in a glass. It was a warm thongs and tshirt day. We met some young guns in reception, incl Christopher, Tom Wall, Raph, Ollie O’S, Tom & Matt Hill, Charlie Burfitt, to explore the city on foot. Despite the hype around murder rates, it feels very safe here. Police and security guards are everywhere, with impressive ...
... and white tiles. The inside, too, is decorated in magnificent tiled walls. It is today the flagship Sanborns, which is a chain of boutiques and restaurants in Mexico. It was opulent and grand; there was a pianist playing everything from classical Mexican music to Dave Brubeck in the corner. I gorged myself on pozole--which is kind of like a soup but more like a stew, with chicken and pork rinds, various ...
... on hop off bus down through the fancy pancy business district, out into the suburbs and parks. We decided to stay on and do the round loop of about 3/4hours and get a feel for the city.
We took in some fancy markets not like the ones we were used to for the past yr - here things were actually way far out above our budget! But hey we ate some great grub while there so all was not wasted haha
I managed to find one of these super malls I had heard so much about ...
... for men (didn't notice any effect) and a bust enhancer for women (again, no effect). I quite enjoy mine but other people seem to struggle to finish, and many opt for the sweeter tasting raspberry (frambuesa) flavour instead). This is followed by a strange vegetable soup laced with potent chilli. I don't finish mine, but the guide doesn't seem offended. The free tour turns out to be a $5 tour, but it seems highly worth it by the end. We have lunch with some ...
... margarita in a glass the size of her head that she could hardly lift - whilst Gustavo instructed Paul in the local way of drinking tequila. You put some salt on a piece of lime, squeeze that into your mouth, have a swig of tequila and then wash it down with a gulp of tomato juice that tastes a bit like ketchup. It'll take a while to get used to drinking tequila like that!
The food was delicious and there were some Mexican musicians playing away in the background, ...