Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro Historico
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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 …
... countries. The taxi driver might also be a doctor, because it's almost impossible to support a family on the average income of $20 a month.
I fill half my luggage with clothes to give to friends, because the cost of clothes is so expensive. My travel companion, Alexander, buys children's clothes for our friend Rolando's twin daughters. Clothes they could never buy in Cuba.
If you've been reading my blogs on Cuba, ...
... of it was as we just said si (yes) to every question, it tastiest awesome as did the array of Mexican beers we had. Out of Indio, sol, dos equis, corona & modelo, modela especial is current beer of choice. Despite all the hype about crime the old part of Mexico city is lovely like Barcelona or Madrid with old architecture, mall shops, restaurants, bars & taco places everywhere. The locals are incredibly friendly and there would have been no indication that it can be ...
... a big wheel to create electricity and we shot balls after a moving basket. There was also a computer where we could move things on a screen and an archeological site where we dug for old Maya utensils.
Next day we went to a big amusement park called Feria. Here we tried a lot of fun rides. Unfortunately there were height restrictions on a lot of the rides so Sophia was not allowed to try them. Tatjana tried several rides with loops which means you hang upside ...
... earliest of the buildings here were completed by 200BC and the pyramid of the sun completed by 100AD. It was also interesting to note that the city only lasted a few hundred years. But the time the Aztecs arrived from the north of Mexico it had been abandoned for approximately 400 years. It is thought that the Teotihuacan civilisation depleted all the natural resources of the area and moved on. Walking around each of the three stops today was pretty impressive. Knowing that the ...