Travel Blogs from Mexico City
We arrived into Mexico City airport (I´m sure it has a fancy name - I will keep a diary henceforth for this purpose). The airport seems to be on a hill as we could see the whole expanse of the city just after we left in the taxi. Típ: an 11 hour flight to Mexico is a great way to catch up on cinema that yu may have missed in a while, got me 4 films …
We started off our Mexican exploration in true backpacker style, sleeping overnight in Calgary airport (the seats were surprisingly comfortable, and Ryan managed to sleep more the Tash - first time for everything!). After tackling US customs, a ****** plane flight and a 2 hour stop over in Houston we jumped back on the plane and got thrown into …
I was more than half way through our first day in Mexico City before it occured to me that Mexico City is not;
a) manic and dirty, or
b) full of people dying from pig 'flu.
I actually quizzed Dan on this point, i.e. 'I just realised; can you remember the biggest story that came out of Mexico City this time last year?'. He …
Oh my God, I can't believe I haven't gone on about this more, because today we went to a Lucha Libre match! It was only like the kitsch-est most Mexican thing ever!
Our original plan was to go to the big posh 17,000-seater stadium on the Friday night, but unfortunately Dan had a migraine so we stayed in and watched 'the CSI/Law and Order …
As we failed to go to (what had been described as the 'world class') Anthropology Museum the other day, we decided to go today; which was a pretty good decision as it rained a British summertime's-worth of rain all day. The museum IS pretty world class- except for the fact that unfortunately it was built in the '60s so the main courtyard looks like …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Isabel Mexico City
pretty decent, can´t fault it, good location, good price, does what it says on the tin, helpful staff and free Wifi,
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