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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... Boarders of different abilities (including one just wearing braces on his top half) were zipping by, their pushing legs taking giant strides. Presumably they go on a cruise every Sunday! Closing a road as arterial as Reforma is an impressive logistical feat and tens of thousands were taking advantage of the city's social benevolence today. The road reopens to more conventional traffic at 2pm, so, after one last rest stop, we went back to the edge of ...
... to the lucha, and sat in. We found seats in the second row, so pretty close to the rink! We enjoyed ourselves but had to leave when the girls started to fight (we really wanted to see that!), as we had to go visit the apartment. We took another cab (as we were running late) and right when we sat in, I told Mark that I couldn't see either the licence and photograph of the driver in the window (but the windows were rolled down) and I couldn't see ...
... us he was a tour guide so we booked a day tour to the Pyramids for the next day. I must admit it did cross our minds we could be kidnapped and robbed but all was good and our guide was so knowledgeable about Mexican history and the Spanish conquest and the conquistadors. The history is fascinating and turned out to be a highlight of our day.
I hope you can tell our spanish is coming along nicely, lol
... while the rain was holding off). On top of the usual handicrafts, these markets had tarot card readers and some kind of healing stands. The healing stands burned strong incense and had a myriad of things on a mat that looked like offerings to what ever powers they were praying to. We need to find out what that is all about.
We chill out at the hostel and watch the Heat take out game 2 of the NBA finals, boo to Lebron.
Day 2: this will be short - we planned our week ...