Fiesta Americana Santa Fe Hotel
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... busy streets.
It was too early to check into our room, so we stowed our bags and had a great lunch at the Garabatos restaurant next door. The desserts looked tempting, so we finished off with a yummy piece of espresso cheesecake to share. We had wanted to go to the huge Chapultepec Park and knew the (free) zoo was closed on Mondays, but thought we could see the castle and peek at the museums and gardens. Nope, at ...
... kind of stuff!) and got some coffee and then made a last minute decision to see Jersey Boys which was genius. Great movie, by the way, made all the better by the fact that a) we saw it in the VIP theatre whilst b) sitting in La-Z-Boy recliners and c) eating Nutella crepes and drinking coffee delivered to our seat. Ahhhh...pura vida, no?
Tonight I discovered two things I did not previously know:
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... headed for the city. We had booked into Mexico City Hostel for two nights. Traffic was crazy heading into the city and it took about 90minutes to get to the hostel. Our jaws dropped at the sight of the 'chicken-coop houses' all over the city, the city stretched as far as we could see on the skyline. We later found out that just the city itself (not including the so called suburbs) has 20 million people! Our hostel was located just beside the main city square (Zocalo Square) so ...
... it didn't have the luxury of a working engine so after breaking down a few times we finally changed onto a different bus. We were only a few hours late to Mexico City though, definitely worth the savings. That night we met up with an Aussie friend currently living in a Playa del Carmen and went out for yummy dinner at a Tequileria and some drinks at a couple of cute bars in La Condesa. Saturday we walked around the huge Central Park of the city and visited the modern art gallery. ...
... city street? Once we walked past the pin drop on the map I knew google maps had cooked it. We were no where near, we thought the best idea would be to head back to the hotel and call a taxi which we did. After a short wait a very nice local named Julio rocked up in his car shaking our hands and introducing himself. He asked if I speak Spanish in which I said "un poco" ( a little) and I asked how's his English which he said a little as well, then gesturing ...