Hotel El Ejecutivo
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So, part 2 of Mexico City started with Amy and I getting up early to eat breakfast in the hotel before she headed out. While we were down there we got quite the surprise--Erika, another girl from our program, and her husband, walked out of the elevator! We knew they were in Mexico City and had tried to meet up with them, but it hadn't worked out. …
Welcome back to the third and final installation of my Guanajuato blogs! I'm starting out with a pre-graduation gift to myself--two and a half weeks of travel around Mexico. And so, my journey this summer begins with a week in the capital, Mexico City.
The trip down here was pretty easy and run of the mill, except for …
... artisanal markets. After 9 months of travel, I realised I hadn't got many presents for people back home and so this was one of my last chances.
On my last full day in Mexico city, I picked the most important places for me to see and started off with breakfast at 7.30. Unfortunately I didn't factor in the fact that almost everything opened at around 10am, so I wondered the streets of the city aimlessly for a few hours. My first stop was the National Palace, where I ...
... lunch-time had arrived. We went to a traditional Mexican restaurant and ordered "sepas" y "flautas." Although we didn't really know what we were ordering, we ended up LOVING both new foods and walked away wishing we order more of each!
To round out the day, we took a tour of the city in a double-decker "touribús." It was a nice break from all the walking we had been doing ...
... sunk or tilted. We first saw the Cathedral which has 16 chapels inside! We then toured the Presidents Palace where the Diego Rivera mural is. We had a tour guide for the mural tour, but Mallory and I went on our own with Dr. Kimball as our quicker private tour guide. We got done way earlier then the tour group so we wandered around a bit and then made our way back to meet the group to leave to Xiochmilco. ...