Holiday Inn Mexico City Tlalpan Churubusco
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... the flight was pretty good although at first we thought the two women with a dog in front of us was going to be an issue as the dog started yapping non stop until she took it out of its bag. We arrived in Dallas Fort Worth about 20 minutes early and as we were waiting for people to get luggage out of the overhead lockers the dog was loose on their seats and then took a giant pee which pooled on the leatherette seats yuk.
Taking off from Dallas Fort Worth was delayed as ...
... well-preserved murals.
It was established around 100 BC and continued to be built for 350 years. It is believed it lasted between the 7th and 8th centuries AD, and it was the largest city during that period.
The ethnicity of the inhabitants are a subject of debate, but possible candidates are Nahua, Otomi or Totonac ethnic groups. It ...
... for a seat and boarded the flight back to Houston. Once we pushed back from the gate, we had a short taxi to the runway, and before I knew it we were airborne. I then had a nice nap on the ride back to the states. With that, ends my trip to Mexico City. Overall I definitely enjoyed the city. I didn't have the highest of expectations for the city, but it definitely exceeded my expectations. I loved the mix of the old architecture with the new. Everything I saw ...
... is even more intense, and everyone will flock to the streets again, and the niños will be going door-to-door to ask for candy. I don´t know if I´ve ever seen anything as spectacular, or insane as the Dia de Los Muertos celebration. Simply incredible.
Ahh yes, and between all of the Muertos celebrations, we managed to squeeze in a trip to the Frida Khalo Museum. They made you pay extra to take pictures inside (I have one of the outside, below), but this was ...
... amongst the feet of families and other sellers of goods.
Mexico is an extraordinary place and the bad press it gets bares no resemblance to the experiences that Julie and I have had here. Julie introduced me to a very dear Mexican friend she met when last in Oaxaca. We spent a fair bit of time with her and her fiancé exchanging experiences and ideas and stories of lifestyle. We were invited and had dinner with the ladies family on two occasions. There is quite a ...