Holiday Inn Plaza Dali Mexico City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... outside of this window so the view was fantastic. Pink taxis were making their way between the trees that edge Reforma. Down the road, the sunlight was glinting off the golden statue of The Angel, atop its pedestal. Nearby, a few scruffier, colourful little abodes were occupying a patch of land that (compared to the rest of the area) looked 'ripe for development.' Up the hall, we met some of the guys who work in the office rented permanently by Martin's ...
When asking for a secure taxi I know that it should not cost more than 200 Mexican pesos. The first stand asks for 325 Mexican pesos. The second stand asks for 215. They lay right next to each other and guess for which one I decide. :-)
Then I have to survive the taxi drive through neighbourhoods in the dark which I would not even want to visit during day. Also the taxi driver asks me whether I am married, how many ...
... getting back out onto the streets to lose myself in the crowds and snack on street food. Returning to collect my backpack later on I found the usual street vendors selling corn and other snacks mixed in with the handicrafts and market tat but all at once a ripple seemed to run through the crowd and they began to scatter in all directions.
Police had been spotted.
I watched one elderly woman deftly hide her bucket of corn in the back of a bike taxi then loiter ...
... We even saw a photo shoot happening in one section (the afternoon light was very pretty and lit the model well).
I think Condesa is one of the prettier areas of Mexico City but what it has in aesthetics it lacks in character that you will find in places like Oaxaca. I like the fact that coffee is available every couple of metres, there is even a Gloria Jeans here.
Hinesh grabs a chorizo con queso empanada before we jump back on to the subway. It is surprisingly ...
... the main city square and came across a man performing 'spiritual cleansing rituals'. He honestly looked like a nutter to me but then Leo told us it was a very long standing tradition in Mexico to ward off evil spirits. So we decided why not, we would all have it done, let's immerse ourselves in the culture. As the man slapped me and stroked me with his punches of herbal smelling plants and the strong aroma of incense entered my nose I looked at Stuie and we both ...