Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Zona Rosa
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... finally got round to getting his hair cut. A short walk from the flat, he found the local barbers and stepped inside. It wasn't the experience he had been expecting. He paid over the odds but this wasn't just any old hair cut, it was a phenomenon. As he sat down and was gowned up, the drinks trolley was wheeled over. Ben was offered a choice of drinks (including spirits and mixers). Almost simultaneously, a guy walked over to offer a selection of magazines. Too ...
... attached the island to the bottom of the lake creating canals. They are still being used for fresh produce and flowers. The local come here for a good day out, birthday and celebration are enjoyed on these canals. There are colourful punt like boats called trajineras, which bear girls names. There are floating mariachi bands, which will entertain you (at a 100 pesos fee per song) and passing flats boats with food, selling food and beverages.
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... into the ground. It's hard to tell which ones are sinking and which ones are actually straight! The Museum of Dona olmeada was actually an estate that was donated to the city of Mexico to display art. The owner of the home, Dolores olmeada, was actually close with Diego Rivera, so we were able to see a lot of works by Diego and Frida Kahlo. On our way back, we stopped at the Palacio de Bellas Artes, a giant theatre which is home to large murals by ...
... as American Airlines believe it's not enough. Luckily we arrived in Miami a bit early but still needed to jump the queue at passport control, after some successful pleading with officialdom.
Then we found we had to go outside and recheck bags as were they not labelled right through to Mexico. We made it to gate with 5 mins to spare, so we bought a wrap ...
... We all went to the hotel pool to relax.
Friday night, we went to Azul histórica for dinner in the old city. It was an open courtyard restaurant with lanterns hanging from the trees.. very mesmerizing. It was just a few blocks down from the Zocalo, the main plaza in the historic center of Mexico City. Zocalo is one of the largest city squares in the world with a cathedral, national palace and federal buildings around it.