Eurostars Zona Rosa Suites
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Day 276 We were up a bit earlier this morning because Kori conked out very early last night. Sunday is our number one phone call day so we made a couple of calls before heading out to hire bikes. At the Ecobici station, we were offered help by a kindly young lady. We wheeled and rode our steeds to the edge of Chapultepec Park. As we hit the edge of the park, we found the main road cordoned off. This was bicycle territory now! Riding in the sunshine, we passed ...
... local street food. That is what we prefere.
Today we walked around the area: Roma Sur, Roma Norte, Condesa, Zona Rosa.
In Condesa we drank 3dl fresh juice for 50 pesos! Wow that is expensive. Normally you pay the half of the price for half a litre!
Before we went home we had quesadillas around the corner of our home. Very good!
Tomorrow it's "backpack mission"-day, so lets sleep ...
... There were an estimated 20,000 students in the Zocalo closing the streets for blocks around.
Taxco is a beautiful colonial town of steep, narrow cobbled streets and even narrower laneways – and every spare metre of the streets is filled with VW Beetles of every era you can imagine. It seems like every VW in Mexico comes here to be a taxi before they die! But the town’s fame is its silver ...
... We then took a detour over a mountain with hairpin bends and extremely steep inclines which overheated poor Betsy so we had to keep stopping to cool down. At one point we had to get out to lighten the load and it was pouring with rain. It all made for another Dragoman adventure. We arrived at Oawaca late and tired but ready for another ruin visit at Monte Alba the next day. A brilliant site where the Mayan flattened the top of ...
... can't believe I've never seen that movie until now). Suddenly, 14 hours was over and we were in Dallas making the last leg to Mexico. As we were landing, I couldn't help but muse at the stewardess's hesitation when she looked at Mario and contemplated whether to give him the immigration card in Spanish or English. "Yew don't speak Spanish, do yew?" "Ah no. No I don't..." While guffawing quietly to myself, I turned and looked out the window and was immediately ...