Holiday Inn Express Ciudad Victoria
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Yes you read correctly. I went and walked to another mall that has an ice skating rink and in the morning when very few stores are open, they have ice hockey practice in Mexico City. And of course the artistic skating. But yes, I just wanted to see. By the way I have been able to walk to 3 different malls in less than a week. And they are all different. The Costco had a mall near it but not much to it like an ice skating rink.
But I am sure due to the ...
... humaine ; etant donne que les Mexicains construisent plus en largeur qu'en hauteur, on n'en finit pas de traverser celle ville. On reste chez Alexis, un francais que nous avions rencontre a Holbox et nous avait propose de venir chez lui. Ses collocs David, Mandy et Christophe, et Alexis, nous ont recus tres chaleureusement, merci chicos!
Mexico ciudad es totalmente otra cosa comparado con el resto del pais, se nota ...
... about 5-7p at a time. These taxis are often in less than great shape, but then, it's rare to see a new or even valuable car here in Mexico City that you can't help but stare when you do see one. Many of the cars in Mexico City are VW Beetles, and I can't say I've ever seen this many of them before, in varying states of disrepair. Kudos to the drivers and their mechanics, because I honestly can't see how some of these cars can even move, let alone drive like ...
... to the border was easier then I thought. A taxi driver named Melquiades took me from the airport to the border for 18 bucks... Not bad, I thought it'd be 35, like my mom told me. It was very hot and muggy outside, and I had to cross the border by myself with all my luggage. The line into Mexico is always non-existent, while the line into the US is almost always packed. I can't believe how many people at all times are crossing into the US soil. After greeting my ...
... with the Mexican tourists. At this juncture I should point out that at about this time I purchased Mexican 'loteria' cards, which second to Lucha Libra has got to be the kitschest Mexican imagery, ever (see here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loter%C3%A Da_%28board_game%29)!
We then visited the Centro Cultural de España, where there was a free and also very good photography exhibit. And there was also a bar, so we had to have a drink.
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