Eurostars Suites Reforma
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... City was once a lake that has been drained and filled in and subsequently built over. Some of the oldest buildings are sinking somewhat or becoming unstable and they are often in disrepair.
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... These words that I've struggled to pronounce are not in Spanish but a native Mexican language.) However, about 5 minutes into our 20 minute walk, it started to rain pretty hard so we decided to turn around. It'd rained most nights we had been here so far, and this one included strong winds (we saw a tree that had been knocked down over a side street near our hotel). So, pretty wet, we arrived back at our hotel where we had a quiet late ...
... people, it's all so fascinating it's hard to even believe. The museum was incredible, such an amazing place that encapsulates the respect Mexican people hold for their mysterious past. Next stop was dinner & drinks. Leo took us to a little suburb in Mexico City called La Condesa. It was absolutely gorgeous. Little bars, restaurants and cafe's lined the street. We spent the night wining and dinning but the highlight for sure was the alcoholic cactus shots. Leo ordered ...
... but after the first mouthful I had to swap it for his artichoke soup! After eating, we went to a suburb called Coyoacan, which is one of the small towns which Mexico City has gradually swallowed up. There are lots of street food stalls lining the main pedestrian street, serving tacos, and the like and similarly to Peru and Argentina, they have filled churros, "cajeta" being the manjar/dulce de leche of Mexico. We went to a Mezcal bar. Mezcal is a type of tequila made from a ...
... to learn both their life stories, their relationship with Leon Trotsky, the Russian communist, Picasso, and other twentieth century intellectuals. The kids really enjoyed Kahlo's bright, graphic art. She led a very compelling and tragic life. We enjoyed it and see why La Casa Azul is one of the most visited museums in Mexico City.
Coyocan is a very old section of town. It dates back before the Spanish conquest. ...