Fiesta Inn Tlalnepantla
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... the Aztecs had never seen horses before and they had a prophecy that a former ruler would return in gigantic form and be pale faced with a beard; could be Cortes on a horse. The fear that this created combined with a lack of friendly neighbours and Spanish military hardware sealed their fate. The massive Aztec calendar was there, the one that caused all the doomsayers to get apoplectic on 12 December 2012. The ...
... everyone got through without getting scraped. The accident itself was an amazing domino-effect. A double trailer truck had evidently driven into the back of the vehicle infront, shunting it into the next 5 or 6 vehicles ahead of that. Thankfully, it didn't look like there had been any serious injuries. All of the vehicles were still sandwiched together. We took a taxi back to the apartment in the end before a dinner of leftovers. We were very tired but had had a really excellent ...
On Fridays the language school arranges class outings for the second part of the class in order to make sure that we experience some authentic Mexican culture. This week the school took us to try Mexican street food which is basically tacos and quesadillas. It turns out there are various vegan options if you know what to ask for. According to our teacher tacos always always always have meat in them ...
An all day tour is booked, and we are cordially picked up at our allotted time in the foyer of the hotel. Off to Cuernavaca first... The day is warming, slowly.. The nights are cool here, and it takes some time for the sun to break through.... One thing I definitely learned yesterday, is that Mexicans don't build the best roads... The trip was bumpy and rough.... Cuernavaca is a small version of Mexico City, I would liked to have stayed a ...
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The walking tour bought me back to the cathedral and the Zocalo.