Fiesta Americana Santa Fe Hotel
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... of skater kids were standing at the top of the Auditorio steps, wielding their boards and chanting. We headed back the way we came. The riding felt easier and we think it was slightly downhill. Plenty of people had invited their dogs to join the action. We continued on Reforma past the t-junction at which we had joined the road an hour or so earlier. Into the central business district, we found ourselves riding on a wide road between gleaming tower blocks. ...
... we impressed! Pretty much the same size and quality you would find in Toronto for 25$ per person. We saw giraffes, hippos, bears, lions, tigers, pandas, all kinds of monkeys... We were there until my feet were completely blistered and the zoo was closing, but we hadn't seen it all. We came back to the hostel were we rested a bit and then decided to go to la lucha, which I had seen before, but not Mark. It was starting pretty soon, so we jumped in ...
... eating a very tasty mexican meal on a balcony over looking the main square when the protest passed by, very entertaining. We just loved the Centro, there was so many old ancient buildings mixed in amongst the new, alot of the old ones are UNISECO listed and we can easily see why. We wondered through the many streets and inside some lovely buildings including a beautiful old church. I would have loved to take more photos ...
... fairly regular even on a Sunday. Hinesh was trying to find the signs that would tell him when the next train was coming. You can take the boy out of London but you can't take the London out of the boy.
As we step out of the Zocalo station there are lots of people out and about. There are markets close to the Cathedral Metropolitana so there is a flurry of activity there. We ask a couple of people for directions and it slowly starts to rain (we will not get away from it I ...
... our local downtown area. Loads of police. I mean everywhere. I would feel somewhat unsafe were it not for the fact that Mario and I are a good foot taller than most of the population. I see the locals look at Mario, look at me, then look at my feet. This is an ongoing occurrence. I should really get a pedicure... We come back after a few hours and I crash out for a while. We decide to take a tour to the Teotihuacan pyramids tomorrow. Day 2: Alarm goes off at ...