Fiesta Inn Aeropuerto Ciudad De Mexico
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I have only been to LAX once but it was my final destination... In order to connect, one has to go to another terminal and do the whole security thing once again... But before that, had to stand in line at Aeromexico counter for an hour to get my boarding pass; two counters open and 100 people with 5 suitcases each... Yikes!
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... was a great treat for the price, mainly for the view from walking out on the rooftop, not so much for the tour itself, which was totally in a Spanish monotone. The man who gave the tour spoke through a megaphone and looked like he had given the same speech thousands of times before (he might have). I was too busy looking around to try to figure out what he said, but we gathered that the bells are very old. (Found out later that ...
... Carmen has plans for us to go to the central plaza, the Zócalo. I'm seriously stoked for this. This is a huge plaza, and the Palacio Nacional, Metropolitan Cathedral (which dates from as far back at 1573!) are both found here--I'm excited to see both. But it also contains the ruins of the Templo Mayor, part of the pre-colonial city of Tenochtitlan. I don't think excited really accurately sums it up...
Buenas noches a todo...zzz ...
... br> Given what was and mostly likely will be (fingers crossed) the most stress packed day of our trip we were all tucked up in our hostel beds by 9pm!
Day 6: Saturday, 4 January
We were up bright and early to head off on a tour and forget about yesterday!! The tour covered 4 main attractions; 1) a site in the city where the 3 cultures of Mexico mix; Aztec worship site, Spanish church and modern 1970's apartments. 2) Basillica of the Lady of Guadalupe. 3) ...
... to another Tequileria for dinner - this one offered over 160 styles of tequila. We settled on three which we shared along with some traditional quesadillas and tacos. After a delicious (and cheap!) dinner we went to the famous Garibaldi Square, known as the hub for Mariacchi bands. Not as many Mariacchis as Jim had hoped for but a lot of fun nonetheless. We then had to say goodbye to Mexico for good the next day as we jumped on a plane to Guatemala, bound for El Salvador. Jim and Sian ...