Hotel Concha Dorada
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... everything from jewelry to perfume, toys, and sunglasses. Though the weight of the humidity hung in the air, delicious breezes floated off the water. After an hour or so of aimless wandering and a good dose of taking-it-all-in, I returned to my little room to get some shut-eye.
This morning I was up bright and early. I took a walk and then settled in for a bite to eat and, of course, some coffee. Veracruz is known for its coffee. Coffee ...
... to the new hotel we drove through what seemed to be like Salamanca market times 1000, it went on through about 6 blocks, there were people everywhere and it was complete kaos. We didn't drive far but it took nearly an hour to get there. Driving through people walking in front of the car, other cars trying to get through and the streets lines with market stall and shops selling everything imaginable. I was hoping our new hotel wouldn't be ...
... fair in the main square and found a Shakespear production of Hamlet (with subtitles on a screen located near the stage)!!!
The following day at breakfast Silke and I met Karin (Holland) and the three of us went off to the most incredible museum I have ever been to. If you ever get a chance to go and see the Anthropology museum in mexico city it is well worth a two day stop-over. It is a museum that has all the sculptures and relics from inside all of ...
... for somewhere to eat we saw the others who had travelled down on Thursday! We were all staying at the same hotel so arranged to meet up for breakfast and a boat trip next morning.
The third group who left us at Taxquena to travel down from the other bus station were not booked into our hotel and in fact we didn’t see them all weekend! Anyway Saturday morning, after a ...
... ll be pleased to hear), and murals by Diego Rivera etc in public buildings.
6. The metro. Efficient, quick and only 3 cents a ride. Pretty crowded at rush hour though.
Some vignettes from Mexico:
- Two cops leaning against their riot shields while they check their smartphones.
- Young man walking down the street carrying his 1/2 life sized Virgin Mary statue.
- At Xochimilco ...