Four Points by Sheraton Mexico City Col. Roma
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... taxi experience (there would follow endless stories), I was just of time to pick Steffi up at the airport. We went straight to our hostel near the main plaza Zócalo. The change of scene was impressive. Our hostel room huge, the beds very comfortable and everything right in the heart of Mexiko DF.
The next 2 days, we spend just stralling around the centre, admiring big buildings and cheesy decoration shops. Any supermarket was ...
Today was far less busy than yesterday but no less fantastic. I really cannot get over this city. It's like everything I imagined and nothing I could have dreamed up, all at once. The weather is amazing--in the sunshine it's hot, but as soon as you step under a tree the temperature drops ten degrees (or at least it feels that way.) The people are friendly--I've never heard a cab driver talk so much as the one that took us to the ...
Mexico City was a BIG city and when we arrived we were almost missing Oaxaca straight away. We arrived on a Tuesday night which happened to be one of the nights when Lucha Libre, Spanish wrestling, is on so we signed up for the tour with the hostel and went along. We started the tour with a double shot of tequila which neither of us were happy to take part in until the guide explained how to do it properly and we actually enjoyed it! So the secret, for ...
... worry us and most of the time just laugh it off, we are on holiday and have all the time in the world to do what we like. So within 10 minutes there was another fellow out the front to take us to Chapultepec park. During the drive i took a few photos of guys that sell stuff at the traffic lights, just like dudes that wash windows at traffic lights in mexico they sell all kinds of stuff, when the lights go red they walk out into the traffic holding up their ...
... your perusal, and as you can see - it's endless. Unforunately, the city is covered by a nasty smog, making the famous Popacatepetl Volcano impossible to see. Let's wind the clock back a few days though. I arrived last Friday afternoon and managed to time it very badly. I managed to spend two weeks in Mexico without realising that they were either having or had just had their presidential elections. A new President from the party that lost power previously for being ...