Crowne Plaza Hotel de Mexico
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... on Saturday rooms at the hotel with views of the plaza have jumped to $15000 pesos NZ$1,500 for the night as they will be able to watch the President ring the bell. We are actually glad we won't be here as either the teachers will get moved along over the next few days or the celebration may not include the President depending on how strong he is or there may be a riot. Any of these eventualities will be better off without us. Beautiful buildings here ...
... was just being overly careful because I made sure she knew I didn't want anything touched off the top. Afterwards we went for walk walk to buy a comb some Bobbie could fix my hair, on the way back we walked past a local bar so we decided to stop in and had a few margaritas, and I also had a sangria, which was in a huge glass and was delicious. After a few cocktails we headed back to the hotel and Bobbie fixed the parts my new hairdresser missed. We stayed in for the rest of the ...
... the door!!
Oh, and by the way, King of Sweden was here at IPADE with a visit and some conference about scouts^^ whatever it was supposed to be - it was boring and honestly, Carlos Gustav XVI is not the best speaker (shouldn't he be? )
With a girl who I met here, Agata, last weekend (18-21morning of April) we went to Chiapas, a region in MX with tropical climate, beautiful Mayan pyramides, spectacularly blue cascadas and lovely colonial city ...
... dinner. Coyocan is famous for tostado so we had to try. Very delicious. Love street/market food. Got some good photos. The toppings are already pre-made, so you pick your topping and they just dump it on top of a tostado with avocado and start eating. Then it was onto the main square which had an old and traditional feel. What a great place (I'm bad with words so my description doesn't do it great justice) with lots of great coffee and churro/donut shops. We had them all. We were ...
... when we went there it was full of drunks and wasn’t really a nice atmosphere so we left.
Overall Mexico City had an exciting vibe about it you wouldn’t go to Mexico City to have a peaceful holiday,It was a bit scary a times but nice overall. There was always fireworks going off and music turned up to the max the mexicans were all very nice and the food was ok but the pavements had so many holes that you could fall into, you always had to be ...
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