Fiesta Inn Centro Historico
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We got up and had breakfast and finished packing, before meeting our taxi to take us back to Havana, to the airport. It was a taxi van so it picked up a couple of others on the way. It took about two and a half hours to get there, leaving us with plenty of time to check in, get a bite to eat & get through passport control, which doesn't happen quickly in Cuba! We had a really smooth 2.5hr flight from Havana to Mexico City, where we both watched ...
... challenged, that is saying something! Running on to our metro train as it was closing its doors made me feel like I was back in Manhattan-it felt normal. The best part was we made all of our connections, including our bus route, with no issues. And the ruins were nice too. ;) Teotihuacan was one of the most remarkable cities and considered to be one of the world's greatest archaeological sites. In its day, it was massive, ...
After regenerating in Vancouver we had our travel battery fully charged and were ready to face dorms, chicken buses and bad showers once more. First stop was back to Mexico City as there were still a few things left on our to-do list. Tuesday morning we returned to the Frida Kahlo museum Casa Azul as the line had been far too long on our last visit. Tuesday was the right time to go though and we were basically the only ones there. We had fortunately just watched the recent Frida ...
... Mexican colonel is like. I had a Hawaiian burger meal and Bobbie a supreme burger. They were both **** and the chips were fries with no seasoning, I wouldn't recommend Mexico KFC. After a while we were about to give up on finding a salon. We walked the back street back to our hotel and would you believe it 50 meters down the road from our hotel was a tiny salon. It was so small only one old lady was cutting hair. No sink for washing out color, not much light. But it was a ...
... artifacts from all the most important Mexican civilisations, the main piece being the Aztec calendar stone.
After the museum we made our way to the Castle of Chapultepec, Mexico's only castle, which is situated at the top of a hill. The castle was originally the headquarters of the military and endured a battle in 1847 against a North American invasion. Over time it became the presidential residence, but now it is a museum and tourist attraction. It is in ...