Holiday Inn Express Mexico Reforma
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... we decided to play it safe and leave the area. The metro is a hub for commerce with different items being offered for sale on almost every segment between stations. A woman was walking through the car with a loud speaker strapped to her front offering cds. Another guy stepped on mic'd up and began debunking the world, talking about oil and the vatican and so on. He was selling cds that he claimed would illuminate the listener about the state of things. When we got ...
... in. The wheels are rubber tyres making it a very smooth ride. Then a short overland train ride to reach our first sight, Xochimilco (floating gardens), 20 km outside Mexico City.
These gardens were created to supply fresh fruits and vegetables to Mexico City in the time of the Astecs. The gardens were saved from distruction by the Spanish to keep the supply of fresh produce.
Originally these were floating gardens but the trees planted on these ...
Our last two days in Mexico City were quite a whirlwind! I don't know if we could have packed one more activity in-well maybe, if we had a moped. Our legs would not have let us go any further. On Tuesday, we traveled to the Basilica of our lady of Guadalupe, the Museum of Dona olmeada, and the Palacio de Bellas Artes. The Basilica was beautiful in addition to the additional churches that were in the area. It's interesting to see how much some of the churches ...
So we ordered a wake up call that never came, luckily the old mobile phone alarm was reliable as the taxi arrived at 4:30am and we got to airport OK. It was dark again so we still haven't seen much of greater Bridgetown.
Checking thru to Mexico, we get two boarding passes, but the bags still have to be picked up in Miami. We are worried about the tight ...
... tablecloths on every wooden table. Look at the funny Mexican picture of the kids! We found a couple of the Aztec hairless dogs here. These hairless dogs are prized, expensive canine companions in Mexico. Katie loved them.
We were exhausted by the time we returned to the hotel. The traffic was horrible on the way back, but the day was magnificent. The view of the hills and valleys were clear as if no pollution existed for ...