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... listening to the concert in the park. It was a fabulous day!
After the lagoon, we hiked up to the top of Chapultepec Hill, a formation of volcanic rock and andesite. The translation of Chapultepec means grasshopper hill due to the abundance of grasshoppers surrounding the wooded forest area. The castle was built in the 18th century originally for summer retreats.
Huffing and puffing, we challenged the 167 meters to the ...
... up at 9:30 for breakfast. Carmen had planned to take me to the Museo Soumaya today, and I didn't want to miss it--it's this amazing, odd-looking but phenomenal building housing the private collection and several other art pieces of Carlos Slim, the Warren Buffett of Mexico and one of the world's richest people. He built the museum in honour of his late wife, Soumaya, and opens it free to the public every day of the year, which is ...
... to rides in the US - pretty affordable. from Roma back to our hostel in el Zocalo, we only spent 40 mxn ($3!).
... own Christmas tree. Also, the warm weather during Christmas in Mexico helped keep us smiling!
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... raw cactus. It was all very delicious. We tried everything they out in front of us and loved it. While we ate they told us of some great places to go on our trip and gave us a lot of good information on food and towns, we chatted the whole time about all sorts of different things, they were such nice people, they even paid for all the food and we shared a strawberry and cream dessert afterwards. After the great food and the drive home I got a photo of them. Such a great night ...