Holiday Inn Mexico City-Plaza Universidad
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... back to our room to grab our stuff and check out. I was staying in this hotel, but figured I'd be moved to a room with one bed. After gathering everything, I went to check out and check back in and was told I could just stay in that room. Well, all that packing and hauling for nothing! Back up to my room I went!
I decided to spend the day in the park we didn't make it to the day before. I chose to walk because I knew there was a picture I wanted ...
... day in Coyoacan. We headed to the correct street but were actually a block higher than Sid had suggested. We were looking for the Juarez metro stop. I dumbly thought an above ground area must have been for the metro. Trying to access the system would have been impossible but for a chap who used his money to get us four ducats.
Off we start. Soon we are stopped at a stoplight. I mentioned to Jim I had never been on a subway/metro/tube ...
... syrup that comes from the cactus plant.
After we had a lovely buffet lunch and then spent a few hours walking around the pyramids. It was pretty impressive to see the buildings that's have remained since 200 years before Christ. They even had a flush toilet, much to the amusement of the Chinese in our group who channelled their inner Aztec with cameras at the ready (surprise, surprise)!!
For the afternoon our workout consisted of a total of 338 steps (lunges to ...
... Lots of doubled up traffic and tooting. Hard to know what the road rules are. There were lots of people calling out what they were selling and approaching me to buy from them. The one thing I noticed was the little carts on every corner selling Mexican flags, whistles etc. It was then I saw a sign for Independence Day being September 15th. So I walked along the Main Street. It was very busy. Lots of shops similar to Australia, but what I noticed the most was there ...
... some of what was said, the whole process obviously taking longer, much of what the guide said being missed.
The Temple of the Sun was very busy, a long conga line forming after the second climb which was something different in a day of largely repetition for me.
Back to the non-existent bus, the driver zooming around late, claiming he had gone for gas; yeah, right.
To the Nuevo Internacional restaurant for lunch. The waiter was pushing the salad ...