Fiesta Inn Periferico Sur
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... the European cities, it occurred to me that this neighbourhood may not always have been like this. Diego and Frida were trend setters, they were the hosts of the nation rubbing shoulders with famous asylum seekers like Trotsky from the then USSR. The likes of whom she had an affair with when he lived in her house, passing secret notes to each-other in books. He was later brutally murdered in his own house in the same neighborhood as he sat reading. We ...
... semi sideways. Lucky it wasn't too long a drive...maybe 40 mins. I'd took along my Allan's snakes alive as a thank you gesture and they went down a treat...except now all the red ones are all gone! Must be everyone's favorite.
There area to walk around is quite large and there are two pyramids to climb, the sun and the moon. Meryl and I decided we didn't need to climb both so watched the boys climb the larger of the two. Nice job, they made it up in no time! Still glad I ...
... side hosts the cathedral. In the center of the plaza, a staking rink was being built as was what looked like a long slide. Preparations seemed in place for a huge performance. In the center of it all stood a large Christmas tree, decorated with red and white balls that someone evoke Coca Cola in my mind.
Our next stop was to walk around the Temple Mayor. Because they would not allow us to bring in our water bottles, we decided to take turns going in. Jeremy and ...
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By now the streets were quickly filling up with the locals and a few tourists. The walking tour also gave ...
... greeted with an amazing fountain that is an "umbrella" Where water shoots down at least 20m. The museum is broken up into two parts the anthropology section on the floor level (the museum is in a U shape) and then the upper floors are the ethnology part of the history of Mexico. Who knew there was so many different groups of people in this country. I learned so much I had overload. We had an amazing lunch at the hotel where are guacamole ...