Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Zona Rosa
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... couple of nights, owing to the illness) I woke up refreshed to Jello and toast for breakfast (bless my Mexican mama for helping make sure my tummy stayed on the level!) We then headed out to the Mercado de Artesanias de la Ciudadela. I had a bunch of money burning a hole in my wallet (I'd taken out a large sum to cover the cab and admission fees to the pyramids yesterday...) so I went a bit ...
... Plus, I would have loved to have spent the day walking around this part of town with my camera, but Esther calls me "too shinny" and worries for my safety. Leslie and I will return here one day, obviously.
We also checked out the historic center of the city Zocalo with its huge plaza lined with classic and ornate government offices, filled with murals by Diego Rivera. The anchor of the plaza is the Metropolitan Cathedral, ...
I was up at 7:30am and made coffee for the rest. We had a leisurely breakfast, leaving the flat around 11am. The day included a long metro ride, followed by a long train ride, to Xochimilco. We walked from the train station, pausing at a street stall to buy chili rellenos tacos, which were delicious. From there, it was a short hop to the embarcadero, where we negotiated a big discount for a boat ride. ...
... of plumb. The cathedral is slowly sinking.
Next door in the side Metropolitana Sacrarium a baptismal service was on.
Down Avienida 5 de Mayo.
In the Condesa alleyway the whole side of the Casa de ...
... Church ever built and the first college, which of course preached Catholicism. We were then taken to a local silver worker where he showed us how he creates his pieces of work. Also showed us that he has been visited by some hollywood stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio. The best part was not the beautiful jewellery but the free 200ml Coca cola & 210ml Coronas. I managed to purchase a ring for myself and a bracelet for mum. Very expensive. $3000 pesos aka $300. But worth it for ...