Holiday Inn Express Cd. de Mexico Santa Fe
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... they were renovating and excavating the cathedral. The ruins were interesting but what was most fascinating were the artifacts they found in the ruins. After a long day out I went back to my room. After a little while a yound British girl rushed in. So I asked her where she was rushing to. To which she responded, I am off to my first Catholic mass, would you like to come? I graciously declined this lost soul and off she went. After some time she returned and I ...
... de Tacuba, which is a ¨living museum¨ kind of place. It opened in 1912 and is basically as it was - grand decor, with tiled walls, lots of oil paintings, and waitresses in very prim uniforms. I think some members of the band might have been playing there for almost 100 years too! It was another chance to sample some classic Mexican fare - Nat´s enchiladas con mole poblano was very rich and tasty.
... cleaning it up but also cleaning it out. Lost were the quirky hang-outs, café's and oldest and least respectable cantinas, and in came the apartments, the Oxxo Chain stores, the hip teenagers and the boarded-up windows. To me the Zocala was magical, is magical and so interesting, but to Pax it’s a shadow of what it was. There is good that has come from the clean-up. In the past theft and violence reigned but now the streets are well-lit, the roads maintained ...
... the word 'pesos', the repetitive nature of which had a strangely haunting air. I could not see the hawkers, only the blue tops of some of their tents in the park far below, but there were their voices, as at home among the abundant flora as those of the chattering birds themselves.
My plan had been to take the Metro back to Zócalo station and then find somewhere to eat, but a desire to see somewhere new, and a particularly crowded train (which stopped for two or three ...
... we were already so high above sea level, it would be very hard to breathe as we went up. It is 65 metres from bottom to top, which doesn't sound very far.... unless you mean up! We started climbing and after more than 250 very narrow and step steps we made it to the top. We were standing on the SUN!
The view was amazing and it really gave you great overview of the size of this city, 2000 years ago it must have made visitors stare in amazement ...
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Clean and great breakfast spread. Friendly people
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