Hotel Regente City
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... around seeing the amazing carving, statues & other artifacts. We found out some weird and wonderful facts like the Aztecs use to keep domesticated dogs & bizarrely Turkeys. The horrible Histories were definitely right when they painted the Aztecs as Awful. They practiced human sacrifice a lot & on one occasion they killed and turned an ally’s daughter’s skin into a ceremonial headdress after she married the ...
... finished my visit there with one last tasty taco. The temperature was significantly lower in Mexico City, than it had been at the beach, but I couldn't resist sitting on a park bench and eating a delicious ice-cream, in the warm afternoon sun. I then headed back into the centre of town, checked out and had my final walk around the city. Just a block from the main square I wandered around, taking in the Latin American squares and churches, giggling at more ...
... cheap food although some of it is a bit strange. Grasshopper is one of the menu items we have seen.
One day we went down a big street where a lot a local artists exhibits big fantasy animals.Sunday we went to Avenida Reforma. It is one of the biggest streets in Mexico City and every Sunday it is closed of for cars. A lot of mexicans then arive to run and bike. There is also a big obelisk with an angel on this street.On Mexico Citys biggest square we saw ...
... the first president of the republic will be called Guadalupe Victoria. At this site, there are two basilica's the first built in the 16th Century- on a hill so the whole floor is on a lean. This basilica has had to have the supporting pillars replaced because of structural damage due to this lean. We then went into the newer basilica, built in the 1970's. This basilica is circular, so that the virgin can be seen at all angles and holds up to 50,000 people. This building was ...
... we settled into our hostel.
The next day we started with a breakfast of green enchiladas, eggs and beans and then explored the city on foot. That night we went to 'Luche Libre' (the famous Mexican wrestling! It was filled with what Macushla called choreography- acted out, styled out clashes filled with fantastic acrobatic and aerobatic flips, spins and dives. It was almost like being at the circus. Each wrestler had his ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center