Holiday Inn Express Cd. de Mexico Santa Fe
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Clean and great breakfast spread. Friendly people
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... horses. The odds a clearly stacked in the matadors favour here. An interesting evening but a brutal sport and Kerrie was shocked to learn that they do kill the bull.
The second day we visited some different ruins and cathedrals around Mexico City. Mexico City was infact built on a lake therefore many of the old heavy buildings foundations are poor and the buildings have sunk. The cathedral we visited, the ...
... We saved the upper level for another full day. A pleasant surprise awaits us at the entrance--"GRATIS" Free Today! We hobble our way upstairs and enjoy the 12 halls at our own pace...s-l-o-w-l-y.
Just when we are feeling comfortable with public transportation and lay of the land, it is time to pack up for home. Looking back we are pleased with our week in D. F. We met interesting and ...
... did the people. The countryside is not spectacular, nor were the people.
I was looking forward to Nicaragua.
Nicaragua – left Tegucigalpa at about 9.30am. Got to Granada in Nicaragua at about 8. There was a procession and a religious fiesta going with lots of people in a procession. I liked Nicaragua from day 1. I think it’s the people. Nicos are friendly, helpful, polite and they don’t hassle you all the time to buy ...
Well, after our 4 hour stop-over in Charlotte we happily arrived in Mexico at around noon.
Marcus picked us up at the airport. I must say it was like the boys have ssen each other kast week in a bar.
Marcus impressed us deep,y by navigating through the heavy amexico acity traffic and took us to a place called... , a former village in the outskirts of Mexico, which has been indulged by the rapidly growing city Mexico. Now it seems to be a ...
... back to the hotel. I think the walk was about an hour-and-a-half long. Got lost a few times. The map I had was a little confusing since some roads were mislabelled either on the map or the street. Guessing the map, but this is Mexico, who knows. But I wasn't worried much. There are taxies roaming the streets all over the city. If I ever get stuck I just needed to find a main artery and flag one down. And 99.99% of all taxies belong to the same company so they ...