Hotel Valle De Mexico
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... across the surface of the lake. It felt a lot like being in Hyde park. At a covered amphitheatre, we paused to watch a live band churning out jazz, blues and conga numbers. The musicians were pretty much all related and were all excellent. Moving on, we climbed up the hill to Chapultepec Castle. On Sundays, entrance is free to local residents and Mexican nationals, but not to us. We decided to return another day when there ...
... just get pushed on and off, it was a very interesting journey to say the least!!! We visited the Anthropology museum in Chapultepec park, I may have got told off for touching the sun stone and Hilary and Amy may have set an alarm or two off!!! Ended the trip in the park with some candy floss, described by Hilary as 'fit'!!! Next stop San Cristobal on a night ...
... has featured the same story. I'm used to it by now, but the back and forth, the body scan, the looks from other passengers, all added up to a stressful first hour in the airport. Once I was through, however, things were fine--our plane left late because of a handful of very straggly passengers, but we arrived early in Phoenix, so YAY PILOTS!
My connecting flight was already boarding when I arrived, so it was one of those "race through the airport to ...
... and beaten to centre stage in town before being judged to death by cross. He then has to drag a cross to the highest point of the town where he is crucified. But he is not alone as the general public bring their own crosses and drag them as well. One guy I spoke to had a cross weighing 95 kilo’s!!! Everyone does it, man and child… There are crosses everywhere. A spectacular event… Catch the metro to Itzapalapa and the action is a short walk away. ...
... a few buses we arrived at the university even on the buses people Are signing playing music or telling how food some chewing gum is it's great. The university looked like any university what I was surprised off was a massive line almost 100 metres long which was the caffertia line which I understood when I was told lunch was 2.5 pesos less than 25 cents. Lunch we had at a local restaurant as we didn't want ...