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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Polanco Mexico City
It was great accommodation. Loved the unit. The food was average but definitely would come back here again.
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It was a great time and would come back anytime. The best thing I saw was the Chapultepec Park. Loved going for morning walks and will definitely miss doing that. Loved the food and went out for dinner most night. Had a breakfast buffet at the hotel every morning it was great. I don't want to go home now:(
Mexico City, Teotihuacan & Taxco
Hola desde Mexico! Sitting at the airport in Oaxaca so a chance to catch up on the first blog from Mexico. Part 1 – Mexico City, the huge pyramid site at Teotihuacan and the silver city at Taxco.
Mexico City was something like New York on steroids – a city of about 25 million (NYC 10 mil) and as you fly in it stretches unbroken as far as you can see. ...
... while the rain was holding off). On top of the usual handicrafts, these markets had tarot card readers and some kind of healing stands. The healing stands burned strong incense and had a myriad of things on a mat that looked like offerings to what ever powers they were praying to. We need to find out what that is all about.
We chill out at the hostel and watch the Heat take out game 2 of the NBA finals, boo to Lebron.
Day 2: this will be short - we planned our week ...
... d top it off with fruit. Nick had a fancy mango sliced up on a stick and said yes to what they coat it in...yes it was chilli. We went to the castle on grasshopper hill, amazing, then walked to museum and saw Mayan ruins, Aztec, etc etc it was huge. Their building again huge and architectural. Our feet are tired and our eyes ...
... Museum. This museum is the result of the work done since the early 1980s to rescue, preserve and research the Templo Mayor, its Sacred Precinct and all objects associated with it. The museum exists to make all of the finds available to the public. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.