Fiesta Inn Tlalnepantla
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... stations where the variety is excellent but you really can't walk a street without coming across something delicious. It's all so fresh, they're usually pressing the masa into tortillas right in front of you and the chili and napale sauces are out of this world. Mexico City just might be our favorite city so ...
Just After 8am, over two hours late, we finally arrived in Mexico City. The tiny lady next to me on the bus started talking to me in Spanish about taxis saying 'danger, mas carro,' and a lot of Spanish I didn't understand, but told us to go with her. We followed her for a while through the bush bus station as she lugged two suitcases and all her pillows, and finally established that her friend was a taxi driver and he was going ...
... with all those lights, but I haven't take a great photo because as all the travelers know when you get on a plane and it's almost time to take off they told us to turn off our devices, but then as soon as I saw the man in front of me taking pictures with his camera I turn on mine but it turned on so slowly that I could barely take a picture.
I was starving so I waited for the food so ...
... man standing by a bus and I asked "Los pyramids"? Which he said "si" and we jumped on board the bus hoping it was the right one. It did have Teotihuacan, among other towns written on the front, but I read on the Internet be careful not to get a bus to the suburb of teotihuacan because its still a cab drive away from the pyramids, on the drive there I was a little worried it was the wrong bus until I noticed piremedes was also on the front of the bus ...
... to people driving. It was tempting but I wanted to be cautious! The drive to Cuernavaca was beautiful. We drove through the mountains and saw little Pueblos tucked in the hills. I felt like we were going pretty fast, and sure enough, our driver was going 100mph! He said in order to drive in Mexico you need three margaritas in the morning and a small car!
Ps. I borrowed some of these photos because my camera was in my suitcase but wanted to show what I saw :)