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... continues to enchant and confound me. It is too big to comprehend, one just has to experience it. I have returned now several times to an area called Condessa. It is a fashionable inner city neighborhood, adjacent to the equally beguiling Roma, with shops restaurants and clubs in close proximity. Last week I was invited by a Couch Surfer there for a drink. Having proclaimed my fondness for pulque, she took me to a ...
So we arrived in Portland late in the day Friday, around 5pm or so – too late to continue any further. So we begin an adventure in search of somewhere swell to lay our heads down for the night. In our journeys we came across Hostelling International (here on out referred to as HI) Portland – Hawthorne location. Our first hostel experience!
We booked the last two beds available, and then got the tour of the giant house. Was actually very nice and ...
... es mi vida!
It was about to rain and we became a bit hungry, so we went to eat some tacos. I don't remember names but the most of them were with green sauce/marinate and meat of course ;) some of them were tasty more some less, but together with a cerveza clara (light beer) tasted terrific!
Have to go now, but I'll finish this post as only I'll get back.
... historical square. We popped into the cathedral in Zocalo, an old department store, now hotel, to see a beautiful glass ceiling made by the architect that designed Eiffel Tower (forgot his name) and then onto the market. A great day, tiring and satisfying. I would say this tour was much better than yesterday.
I had 7 tacos today.
... our pretty mugs. Say cheese! And no photos are allowed of the indoor displays.
Truth be told, we are pretty tired of museums and question whether we EVER found them more than mildly interesting. It's simply not how we learn best! That already eliminates half of the city's attractions but the palace had cool murals by Diego Rivera on the staircase though and a dedicated section on Benito Juarez. You really should Wiki the story of this 5-term indigenous president who ...