Fiesta Inn Periferico Sur
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... in this city was. For dinner Chuck chose an upscale restaurant, the Hacienda los Morales. I was in awe with the stunning Spanish colonial architecture. The hacienda was originally established in 1526 as a mulberry farm to breed silkworms. We indulged with goat cheese puffed pastries, serrano ham wrapped cantaloupe, seafood paella, carne asada la tampiquena (grilled beef tenderloin, guacamole, enchilada, and mashed black beans) and chocolate cake. ...
Oh my! Mexico City seems like 1 giant Beale Street! The population of this 1 city is the same as THE WHOLE of Australia. But it has a super vibe. We were up at 3am this morning - ha! you doubters that think I can' t do mornings - to catch our flight. Got to the airport and our flight was cancelled, boo! But they got us on a shorter one, yay! Instead of flying to Chicago to Mexico ...
... office building so missed out on going inside. Cool tiled building, got sundae from Burger King and walked to zocalo, very pretty, lovely cathedral and city hall and presidential hall. Typical the day I go is when students are protesting so lots of things closed so didn't get to go in cathedral properly. Students protesting against government on 2 October 1968 1800 students were killed in massacre. ...
... and stairs went down for what seemed a very long way. Coming up the stairs when the escalator wasn't working was a killer at this altitude ( 2,300m above sea level). Our first stop off the metro was Museo Nacional de Antropologia (National Museum of Anthropology). This fantastic museum showcases important archaeological and artistic works of pre-Hispanic Mexico. The best exhibits were probably the Teotihuacan, Mexica and Maya ones. The boys were impressed with the ...
Here is a tour of just a few streets around our place. Polanco has so many more beautiful areas and we hope to share pictures of the rest of Polanco soon! For now, enjoy seeing what our little block looks like: