Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro Historico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Quotes of the day include "Greater Mexico City looks like Greater Bangkok but the signage is in a different language and their faces are different". "What is Mexico City?" So it is clear that any high brow social and political comment is unlikely in this blog. After half a day spent trying to get cash we took a cab to Coyoacan a suburb of the city …
... the heavy hail for Tammy typing up the blog, until the hail got so bad she realized there was no way Tammy could type that fast and also no one was in the room with her. Prior to heading out for the evening I (Wade) was able to get one last nap on my Frozen themed bed that was graciously loaned to me by Regina (I know what you're thinking and no, I did not sing "Let It Go" every night before bed). We then headed out ...
... stop at the lights or to pick some one up they can sell their entertainment services. The plaza itself is ok, nothing too spectacular. Lots of restaurants line the square and even more Mariachi trying to convince locals and tourists to buy a song. We are suckered into eating at this little place and it looked cheap enough - basic seats and menu. It was not a great dinner and not cheap by Mexican standards, we would have been more satisfied eating back at our fave place. Oh well, live ...
... so of cause we gave Leo plenty of cheeky grief of that. Now that our souls and spirits were cleansed by the smoky herbal goodness we were off to try the best churros in town. We woke to our final day in Mexico City!! We were off to the zoo and the museums, a huge day lay ahead. We strolled for hours. Gushing over animals so different from our own and then thrilled & blow away by the richness of Mexico's colourful past. Leo spent hours teaching us about the Mayan ...
We stood mesmerised and glossy eyed as we watched the Incas dancing as they jigged around their animal toenails while wearing traditional ritual costumes like a turquoise feathers like they have a peacock on their heads. Some had animal skulls on their heads. The animal toenails, sewn onto a piece of material, rattle as they move backwards and forwards. They dance around the Incan chief who stands in the middle, holding ceremonial ...