Hacienda San Miguel Ometusco
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... our tummies busy!) at this beautiful little restaurant. We dined al fresco on the shaded terrace, sipping white and red wine frappes, and we even managed to get a quick Skype call in to Susan Ryan, our mutual Beatle-nut friend in New York City. It was a lovely way to spend an hour--getting off our feet, enjoying a drink, and catching up.
The highlight of the day was taking a little electric bus on a short, ...
... to rides in the US - pretty affordable. from Roma back to our hostel in el Zocalo, we only spent 40 mxn ($3!).
... dinner. I had never walked the area behind the Palacio Bellas Artes. Not unexpectedly, there were some nice churches. I hadn't seen the very impressive post office building either. A walk in the area is on the agenda for tomorrow. Suggested to Jim maybe Oaxaca and the Festival of the Dead for late Oct/15 for a rendezvous.
The Cafe de Tacuba is in a former convent. The place has atmosphere. While it was the priciest meal we had on the trip, the entire bill for 12 people came ...
... pattern has largely continued through November… I mean beer is often cheaper than water so it’s a no brainer really :P And it’s a much better use of my 10 pesos…The next day was a full on Mexican day – went to see some of the Lucha Wrestling, had a beer at the top of a skyline tower, then went to go see some Mariachi in an old school cantina, via several hookers trying to drag you in bars along the way! Got some meal (pretty much a whole sheep leg) ...
... is cheating on you"! Call me later is "call me" followed by a rolling gesture.
The same sign for "How much?" can also be used when asked - "Why is she marrying him?", to say " For the money".
if your mouth is full and the waiter brings you another dish, there is a sign for "thank you" - lifting your hand shoulder hight with the palm facing backward. I've seen someone using it when crossing ...