Hotel Puerta Del Sol
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... patio. There is plenty of room, restrooms, a jumper for the kids, shade from the heat and a whole pig cooking in a cauldron. I'm told they remove the head and hoofs first but I think that's it. I stay busy taking pictures and socializing, avoiding the offers, "Did you get any food?". I'll wait for the tacos.
As always, the beer and tequila were plentiful, tacos great and the hospitality superb. It wasn't long ...
... and public squares, dominated by the cathedral and assorted colonial and neo-classic buildings. All around us are larger than life papier-mâché effigies representing skeletons. We are indeed in time to celebrate Day of the Dead in Mexico, which explains the strange people we saw on the street last night.
We will see hundreds of these colourful and absolutely ...
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Well - tonight it was off to Jocotepec (He-coat-e-pec) for dinner at a 4-Star Mexican Dining establishment. I'm not sure of the name but when I come to think of it, I doubt that this place really didn't have a name. Don from Texas had been there before and thought that we should all make another night of it. So off we went to Jocotepec to what was "all the meat you can eat" - cooked on rebar.
It was truly a very basic restaurant, or at best a road side ...
We spent the first 2 hours wandering through the lovely landscaped park seeing white Bengal tigers, polar bears, gorillas, tapirs, as well as crocodiles, alligators, hippos and even kangaroos. They used to have a white alligator that they nicknamed El Gringo because of its white skin and blue eyes!
There are several very rare and endangered animals in the zoo such as the white rhino, the African elephant, ...