Fiesta Americana Reforma
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the trees that line the road. Across the central reservation the fossil fuelled traffic was crammed onto the other carriageway. We cycled as far as the Auditorio, a massive events venue, just beyond which our cycling carriageway terminated. Dropping off our bikes, we took some time out sitting in the shade in front of the arena and ate some grapes. It was hot today but we felt refreshed after our rest. As we walked back towards the Ecobici station, a ...
... dragged to a table and asked what we wanted from the menu). We ordered a quesadilla and a huaraches, as well as an arena water, and it was just perfect. We then keep on walking and climbed the castle, of Castillo de Chapultepec, which as also a war museum inside. It is huge, so we spend quite a bit of time there. We then headed over to the Chapultepec zoo (it was free and we didn't expect much, but we thought we'd give it a try anyway). ...
Alo (hello) This place is amazing, I dont quite know how to describe it but it just stirs all the senses, its loud, busy, colourful and tastes sooo good. Me-hi-co City (Mexico City) has a population of 28million people and they like to protest. Apparently Its a bit of a past time for the student population and we were lucky enough to see one on our first day into the Centro Historio (Historic Center) which is the city centre. We ...
... remember. Lots of people and luots of boats with food and drink and music - a bit like a floating karaoke!) the Catching my plane tomorrow night and hopefully me and my luggage will arrive via Paris on Monday. It's been an interesting trip and quite a challenge for me both emotionally and health wise so thanks for sticking with me. Who knows if or when there will be another and where that may be to. I guess it's watch this space.
... of the huge expanse of electricity glittering below us. Man. This city is ginormous. Feeling excited. We check into Casa San Ildefonso and after showering and laying down, I'm 62% sure this is just a giant board with some blankets draped over it (but super soft pillows?). Mario snores. Oh how he snores. I wonder if he'd wake up if I held his nose closed... Day 1: Oh my Lord I am tired. But we get up, have breakfast and beat the feet. We pass the impressive cathedral ...