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... the top of the bus, esp as Julia could translate the Spanish for us where needed. Parks are rare and plazas often filled stalls and markets, but there are many statues and monuments. Mexico City has a huge metropolitan population of 20 million. And we were warned of altitude headaches, but the Moet clearly chased them away! After the full 3 hour tour, we exited the bus back at Cathedral square. After meeting ...
... sleep envy of all the passengers around me out for the count listening to music, a couple of tunes on repeat over & over watching a film, getting restless, trying another sleep envy again... chatting to crew in the galley writing this blog oh, did I mention, sleep envy! No matter how it's dressed up, and I'm eternally grateful for the space and comfort, I just really ...
... annoyingly we lost a bit of time trying to organise a trip for day of the dead and sort out some visa issues. In the end Justin needed to leave the city before he lost it at someone - you could ask 10 different people the same question and somehow get 11 different answers. Just before our stay in Mexico City there were huge riots due to a change in eduction laws. Therefore there were loads of riot police. These riot police would line the street where ...
... well, better than a slap in the face I suppose. We speed to our accommodation, narrowly avoiding several accidents and a car travelling the wrong way along a single lane one-way road. The accommodation is super spacious, quiet and has free (free!!!) breakfast AND dinner. What a score!!! We see a sign for Lucha Libre (Mexican wrestling) and are instantly in agreement. We ... have... togoseethat! But we opt out of the tour already in progress as we are eating our ...
... drag, the elegant Paseo de la Reforma. It's a massive city and there's a lot to see, with many different areas and architectural styles and plenty of impressive buildings, not least around the giant Plaza de la Constitución or Zócalo, which is reputedly the largest in the Americas. We went back to his flat for a bit of downtime before going out for an evening meal with another one of his friends at a French restaurant in a nice area of town where we had onion soup ...