Fiesta Inn Tlalnepantla
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We were up early for our flight to Mexico City via Panama (cheapest way). Spent our last CUC's on cigars and then had a 2.5 hour flight to Panama City with a very short layover and 3 hour flight to Mexico City. Unfortunately my stomach played up again so being ...
... by modern settlements. The panorama was wonderful. On our return bus journey we had to do without musical entertainment. There was a long delay on the outskirts of Mexico City. Four lanes of traffic were all trying to squeeze through one tiny gap past an accident with the emergency services in attendance. Vehicles of all sizes were jolting their way into the tiniest of gaps and using their horns freely. Traffic isn't really supposed to move in that way. Goodness ...
... with lakes and crisscrossed with canals. They should get some tips from Venice.
The national symbol of Mexico is an eagle standing on a cactus with a snake in it's mouth. This has been adopted from the Aztecs who, it is thought, first saw their symbolic eagle, perching on a cactus with a snake in its beak, at Templo Mayor.
Constitution Square is the heart of Mexico City. It is the 3rd largest Square in the world. The first being Tiananmen Square ...
... along the street. There are many beautiful buildings along the down town core, they look historical and old. We passed by the Palacio Bellas Artes which is gorgeous. It houses a museum, a concert/music area and a restaurant. We also walked to the Metropolitan Cathedral which is incredible. I was blown away at the architecture of the place. It is the largest cathedral in the Americas and has 16 chapels inside. There was a priest giving what sounded like ...
... there are many many mariachi bands hanging out and playing music at all hours of the day and night. They are dressed up in full gear, studded trousers, hats, the lot!! – Again, remember this is not for tourists – this is just everyday life. At night it gets particularly busy and people go down there to hang out and listen to the bands. You can pay a band and they give you a private song that you can choose! ...