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... experience - not too sure if the speed limit was adhered to even if there was very little traffic on the road. The hotel got the thumbs up from Dylan and Drew as it had a giant inflated World Cup soccer ball and palm trees in the lobby area. Certainly no escaping the World Cup here! We have had a quiet first day. Loaded up with breakfast as we missed dinner with the multiple time zone changes. Wandered around the local area and went to the Monumento a la Revolucion. This is ...
... multiplier effect. Consequently, we won’t be meeting as many fun strangers as on previous trips!
As this travelpod is effectively something for us to help remember our trip, I reckon at the end of each destination entry we will make a list of notable things that we recall that may eventually slip our minds. So here are the Df things for us to remember:
- The world’s largest flag (taking pride of place ...
... traveling long enough to think back to trips when an iANYTHING never even existed yet.
For all of the danger I'm to expect, it doesn't seem like it could measure up to the final 20 minutes of my flight into Mexico City. We were making our decent and low enough that I could see Mexico City for miles in each direcdtion. Suddenly the plane just plumeted out of the sky at a speed ...
... was built to replace the Aztec temple (mayo) that stood their before the conquest. The Temple has now been partially excavated and gives an idea of just how big it was the height of the empire. Theres then a Aztec museum next to the temple which we also explored.The rest of the day was spent walking and shopping, but when our weary legs could take it no more, went went back to the hostel to find a power cut. We somehow managed to struggle through cooking and sat down for some more ...
After 18 days of straight rain before we left, pouring rain the entire 8 days we were gone and then some more rain when we got back we wondered why we didn't just pack the kids up, sell all of our worldly possessions and head back to Mexico.
Stay tuned. You never know what might happen ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Canada Mexico City
The staff are nice enough. The rooms are lovely and the hot water is plentyfull. The best part is the rooftop restaurant where you can enjoy your free, excellent breakfast, even if the waitstaff are like zombies. The price is a little high but the value of the breakfast with the view of the city makes it worth it.
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