Fiesta Americana Santa Fe Hotel
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After saying our goodbyes to family we were left to begin our journey at terminal 2. This would have been a great start except our plane was at terminal 6. Dash across airport traffic, and dodge a woman that did not understand the meaning of one way streets and terminal 6 was in sight. We decided to enter the backpacks in a weight competition to kill some time and depending on how you score it Tammy came in 1st with ...
... The crowd celebrates by singing "Cielito Lindo" (aye yai ya yai), throwing things in the air, jumping up and down. It is a happy crowd that leaves the zocalo waving flags and smiling, proud of their boys.
We get back to the hostel to grab our map with the intention to explore the city but on the way down we see the Netherlands vs Spain game. We head back to El Cuatro20 and again manage to secure two spots at the bar. We watch the Dutch annihilate the Spaniards in a 5 - ...
... the Soumaya Art Gallery (and potentially only cultural place open in DF 365 days of the year), which is a private art collection of a very rich man, that includes pieces by Monet, Renoir, Vincent van Gogh, Dali, Diego Rivera..to name a few. The building alone is impressive and resembles the Guggenheim in Bilbao. When we got back, the family were just leaving, in time for Manuel's cousin's husband to crack out some near-perfect English to fell me about his love of ...
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Monumento a La Revolucion. The Monument honoring the Revolution is found in the center of the Square of the Republic, on Iglesias, Arriaga and Arizpe ...
... drink in our hands. We helped the locals drink the Corona supplies dry, and learnt that one shot of Tequila means that everyone keeps drinking until the bottle is finished. We also ate the most amazing food, including fresh fish, ceviche, tacos and quesadillas.
We're just under halfway through the Mexican chapter of our adventure, and are writing from the Guadalajara bus station where we're patiently waiting for our 1.45am bus to ...