Hotel Park Villa
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As I write this, it's 12:30am, and I am sitting in Vanessa's cozy living room with her best friend Caro and her cousin Hector, watching Frozen and drinking coffee. Because I'm on holiday, yes, but also because this has been such a fun day I don't want it to end.
Not gonna lie, I'm exhausted. Beyond exhausted. I haven't slept properly since 11am yesterday morning, aside from a few cat naps here and there. It's already been almost 38 hours of wakefulness here, ...
... Cool buskers, pop up markets and religious ceremonies make it a cool place to hang.
You absolutely MUST go to Garibaldi plaza and watch the Mariachi buskers. Awesome plaza to grab a beer, a taco and watch some live Mariachi. Watch all the folks selling stuff too - hats, ponchos, cigars, sweets, puppet monkeys!!!
An earthquake within 32 hours of being in Mexico City!!! Woke up on my second day and went up to the outdoor terrace on the ...
... which they derived an alcoholic drink, paper, fibre for cloth plus a needle AND thread.
Our return metro trip from the Museo was reminiscent of Mumbai. The train was so crowded and people squeezed in till the doors shut on them like pincers.
In the evening we met up with Karla, a friend of Ellie's, and we had a great meal ...
... sleep, the wait was worth it because they give us for meal lasagna and it was delicious, it was the best food I've ever eaten on an airplane.
At last I felt asleep and fortunately I woke up just in time to see the sunrise, again I wish my camera could take that moment but as it was dark inside I couldn't take a great picture, but I guess that the experience is all that matters.
... place was packed and it wasn’t even 7:30 in the morning. My imagination sure got that one wrong!
Now I just had to get my ticket and then I could relax.
Busses are a major form of transportation in Mexico, and if you ask me that’s a great thing for the environment. The Central del Norte station is just one of 5 or 6 in Mexico City alone. It took up at least one city block. Shaped like a shallow horseshoe, travelers entered on the concave ...