Fiesta Inn Cuautitlan
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... t skip on the grasshoppers; they covered the avocados. Shockingly, I would have never known they were grasshoppers. I started out trying the enchiladas de mole negro, but since it was a little on the spicy side, I traded with Chuck and had the cochinita pibil, a traditional Mexican slow-roasted pork dish from the Yucatán Península of Mayan origin.
For Saturday morning, Chuck hired a private driver and had him bring us to Teotihuacan, an ancient ...
... allow us to stay there over night.... but there is 5 of us and no water. Tricky to cook, clean, wash and get ready for assembly out of a couple buckets. Still freezing, Nancy still very sick. -Next morning wake up at 3 since Craig wants his tortillas for lunch to be heated. Leave house at 5 and travel for 3 hours to assembly. Nancy still sick, goes straight to hotel and the rest of us enjoy the first half of the beautiful program "Seek Peace and Pursue ...
Took a turibus for south of mexico. Really helpful guy at City express hotel told me where to go and looked out for bus for me, recommended their tour for teotihuacan. Bus arrived, only English speaking person on tour, family from Brazil and lady from Columbia. But guide good. Went to coyoacan town rich neighbourhood in colonial times, saw church, went to Frida Khalo house and museum, really interesting. So sad what happened ...
... up the hire car at the airport and headed into the mad world of Mexican traffic, we were a little frayed round the edges. Lost within minutes (despite clear Google directions), we were heaved over by a traffic cop for allegedly going through a red light. He fined us an immediate 3800 pesos (about £190) and demanded to see our passports and driving licence. As we only had 1500 pesos, he reluctantly accepted the cash, pocketed it, blew ...
... one of the 16 boroughs located in Mexico City. Xochimilco is best known for its canals which are the last canals left of the Aztec city, Tenochitlan. While in Xochimilco we rode on riverboats through the canal, drank cervezas, and enjoyed the scenery and each other's company. Xochimilco had a party like atmosphere about it, comparable to tubing down the Wolff river or boating out on Longtail on the Bay. It was definitely an enjoyable end to the ...