Holiday Inn Mexico City-Plaza Universidad
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... since our trip to the pyramids is tomorrow and that can't be postponed due to illness! I'm crossing my fingers that I'll be able to handle it...
But, now it's nearly 1AM. I Skyped with Aidan tonight back home, and that pushed my bedtime back dramatically. I'm bushed. If you check back tomorrow, I'll have the photos uploaded--hope you'll tune back in for those, since there are some cool ones in there :)
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... Museo de Arte Moderno... the list literally went on.)
Even los Bosques de Chapultepec, a huge public park in the heart of the city, complete with its own free zoo (!!), was closed. How?! I suppose it being the Monday after Holy Week had something to do with its closure. And my ensuing pout.
All was not lost, though. I really do love Mexico City. I love walking its busy streets, jumping on ...
... decision whether he makes the trek to the butterflies.A bit better sleep was helpful.
Usual muckabout until 0800 brekkie. Gave Bruce some ideas re things to do while on the Mayan coast. He's apparently been there some ten times but pretty much just for the beach. Suggested Tulum and a trip that incorporates Coba, the Mayan site, plus cenote jumps and Valladolid. He expressed some interest in an extended stay in South America but had no idea of overlanding trips.
... time considerably. Our bags were waiting. We hit "rojo" on the button coming through customs, but the inspective was very efficient and fast. Since we didn't spot the signs for the Metro at all (despite wandering around blankly for a while), and since I had done no previous prep, we opted for a yellow cab (as recommended by our host). It was only about US$20. Getting the cab was efficient, and we had only a few minutes to chat in the ...
... me be involved in all conversations from politics to cooking to tequila!!!!! It was amazing I was in a van full of Spanish speaking people but felt completely comfortable and at home. The people are just so welcoming and tolerant of my inability to speak Spanish, but they were very pleased with my continued attempts. So firstly we were taken to a square within the centre of town (I think) where there were 3 eras of buildings from mesoamerica, colonial & today's we saw the ...