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Last stop on this short getaway was Mexico City. It was the 3rd overnight bus in 4 nights and I was getting pretty exhausted. There are two main bus terminals in Mexico City and both are probably equally as far from the center of town. I was not sure which one to get off on, so I did the first one. I am an experienced traveler and did not have a lot of time to research Mexico or Mexico City because I left for this trip on literally an ...
... rich stuff. Now I’m not usually a fan of museums (and Mexico City has the most museums in one place than any other in the world), but this one was pretty cool – especially the architecture of the building itself. Once I’d got over that though my main thought was that working in a museum, especially the ones that just stand by the displays must be THE most boring job in the world. Wonder what qualifications you actually need to stand still for 12 hours? Or ...
... br> Meals: $0.50 - $2
Water: $0.80 for 1.5 litres
Alcohol: $1 a beer
$0.25c – Single train fare to anywhere
$3.50 for return bus to Pyramids
Pyramids Entry: $5
Lucha Libre - $10 entry
Average Daily Spend per person: $35
Transport there for both of us: $400
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $680 flight from ...
... next few parts of the museum it begun to get into early Mexican civilization and the Aztecs and pyramids. Again it was pretty interesting to see how people lived, what they built their houses from and how they got smarter and their living conditions improved, there were lots of artifacts and things they had found from the ancient pyramids and civilizations. After the first 4 sections we were pretty hungry so went to the on site restaurant for lunch, it was pretty good ...
... authentic lunch including shrimp tacos and enchiladas as recommended by the waiter.
Next I walked over to Chapultepec Park. It's like Mexico City's own Central Park. It may even be larger; not sure. ...