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 …
... colonnade and found our own way upstairs to a restaurant on the first floor. Lunch was a very Mexican meal of chicken enchilada with mole (spiced chocolate sauce) washed down with Corona beer, lime and salt (Anne's first!). Afterwards, we wandered back through the shops, esp those selling gold and silver near our hotel. Anne bought a silver chain for $30! Dinner was late in the top floor hotel ...
... Mexico City, and I was fascinated to actually see some of the artifacts from this remarkable culture up close and personal!
Outside the museum we saw a kind of ritual ceremony, called la Danza de los Voladores. Four men dressed very elaborately in traditional garments climb a tall pole and secure ropes to the top which they wind around the pole where they sit. Meanwhile, a fifth man climbs up to play the flute and drums as ...
... each other and scored a $100 peso discount of the already cheap ($400 peso) tickets. Seeing as we had limited time before the wrestling, we raced around to all the rides. At one point after lining up for twenty minutes, we decided to buy a Flash pass (conveniently, $100 pesos) and skip the lines for three rides. This turned out to be an awesome decision, as we practically went right to the front of the best rides, saving us probably two hours in waiting ...