Cityexpress Insurgentes Sur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... every few blocks, many Street vendors selling tacos and some great scenery dating back many years. Our hotel is in the historic centre and it houses one of the 3 biggest plazas in the world. Mexico city seems quite safe so far and was far from what I was expecting (we have used the subways and there are police everywhere) At 6pm we saw a military routine in the plaza whereby the remove the massive flag in the centre (seriously the biggest flag ever) and March ...
... In fact, post-9pm is usual dinner time in Mexico! We ate Mexican versions of grilled chicken salad and white wine. Over the next two hours, lots of the young Aussies poured in, incl Keiran and Josh! So we were a large cheerful group indeed and plenty of catch-up chatter was bouncing around. Jenn had a crash course in Redfield family names and linkages. The huge gathering was a great start to our Mexican ...
... stadium for tour - huge! Then went to Xochimilco and went on trajineras - boats along floating gardens, bright colourful boats, really nice and relaxing, shame about the rain! Had to wait for rain to ease then travelled back to City, fell asleep! Went to City express and (painfully as they didn't understand me) booked trip for next morning to teotihuacan. Did washing at jimena's - she went to sisters to help her move so had place to ...
... awoken. Vanessa was at school this evening so her mom and dad and I watched a handful of episodes of the BBC series "Dad's Army" and the 2005 film Good Night, and Good Luck which was a lot of fun--I love me some British comedy, but I also had wanted to see the movie for a while. Seeing it with Spanish subtitles was cool too...every day I'm brushing up a little bit more...
Anyway, tomorrow Vanessa ...
... amazing Pyramid ruins learning about the history of the Aztecs. Years ago, young children would be sacrificed and tumbled off the edge of these sacred temples. At each corner and on each level, many, many children would be found dead. Although the ruins had been restored, some of the architecture has with held for thousands of years. Over more recent years archeologists have put together findings to create what is thought to be the history of the Aztecs thousands of years back. Our last ...