Hacienda Cola De Caballo
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... plant dyes. Also the multi- uses of an agave plant e.g paper, sewing equipment, anti-septic treatment to name only a few. Oh and yes Tequila of course! And now for something completely different - a Mexican Food Tour around the up-market Polanco District. We sampled 7 different eating places & even got to try Hot Tamales ( until now this was just the name of a linedance). On the way back to our hotel at 4.30pm Calle Amberes was in full party-mode! Check out the ...
... journey to Costco which normally would take about 20 minutes took over an hour due to the heavy flow of traffic. We even took the toll roads and traffic was still congested, This was at 8pm. It was crazy. We finally got there and it almost felt like being back at home. The layout is the same and the ambience is the same. I was quickly reminded that I was not in Canada based on the number of Mexicans that I was surrounded by and the lack of English. ...
... in the hope that you will buy something, or in the case of the Mariachi's - pay for a song. The cost for a song by the Mariachi's is $100 Pesos ( about $10 NZ) which they tell you is very cheap! We listened to three songs (paid for by a Colombian tourist) and the Mariachi's came on to our boat, as the heavens decided to open at that point. They are quite loud up close and personal! As it was a Monday it was ...
... through it. We also climbed up to the top of the pyramids, one of them (The Pyramid of the Sun) is the third biggest pyramid in the world – fantastic view from the top!
We stayed in centro historico which is where the city started. The architecture around the whole of the city center was amazing – we spent a lot of time looking up! There is a main plaza which is supposed to be ...
... maybe taking 2 days to view this museum, it's so big that to do it in one day is just too much. So once we got sick of it we left and begun our long walk home, it was threatening to rain the whole time so we walked very fast, that fast in fact that people were looking at us and I even think some were pointing and laughing at the speed of our walk. People in Mexico walk to a different beat, I get pretty annoyed because its very slow, they are mostly short people with ...