Fiesta Inn Tlalnepantla
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... few exciting things occured on the road as well as off, we went to KFC (one of many along the road) and also bought bananas from a lady selling them at the traffic lights (6 for a dollar and they were very tasty!). Finally at around 1pm we arrived at Teotihuacan which is the area where the Aztec pyramids reside. These were built around 100BC and at their time were the biggest of their kind and the area the ...
... and they’d get it all straightened out. After hanging up, I felt fine. Depending on what happened, I could tell the credit card company not to accept the duplicate charges, or get a credit back from the tour company. I knew everything would work out in the end. When I stepped into the heat of the day, my ride was there, waiting for me.
Time to go home.
... plenty of hawkers at Teotihuacán, pestering us as we wandered around. I (Alasdair) solved this problem on one occasion by using a group of German tourists as "hawker bait". They were a large enough group to draw any hawkers who were nearby. We ensured we were behind them, they attracted the hawkers, and we got some peace for a few minutes!
For our last dinner in Mexico City we went ...
... the results of, how yummy :-) And, at 69, Keith doesn't just look excellent; he is, in every sense of the word!
How lucky for us to have met three such inspirational people in such a remote and magnificent place!
Another hilarious event was doing some laundry: Annie used the big scrubbing brush in the big tin bath outside under the trees. I then put it through the wringer which Keith guesses is around 75 years old but still works brilliantly. A few hours on the washing ...
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