Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro Historico
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Beginning another adventure.
The flight to \mexico was surrisingly long and seemed to detour way north over Greenland. Maybe this was to avoid the storms and headwind crossing the Atlantic to hit UK. But after 12 hours and 4 movies we arrived early evening Mexican time.We had a short wander to the main square all lit up with Xmas festive lights …
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 …
... and one or two ruins out in the environs. We had seen the best at Tikal and Copan! The rest break was good, and we now have clean riding gear again.
Thursday saw us back on the road again - early to beat the heat, but not the rain that drenched us as we left Cancun. The drainage was not that good on many of the city roads, and lakes were soon forming! It soon stopped and we continued on our 480kms. Straight roads, 4 lane highway, with a green ...
... I ate. Nothing represents old-new world culinary fusion like Mexican cuisine. For 4 days, all I ate was tacos, tacos, tacos and a few soups. Did i say I ate tacos? Yeah I ate a lot of tacos. I can't tell you half of what I ate, but it was amazing. I have never thought much of the humble taco. But when accompanied with some roast pork, some greens, guacamole, a ton of spices and a dash of lime, it is transformed into a gastronomical ...
... base, dominated a Sacred Precinct. Construction of the first temple began sometime after 1325, and it was rebuilt six times after that. The temple was destroyed by the Spanish in 1521. The modern-day archeological site lies just to the northeast of the Zocalo, or ...