Hotel Imperial Reforma
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... and mortar shape of a pig, sausages steak, chicken, cheese, avocado, cactus all mixed in with horrible yellow corn tortilla this time on side - I left them and just ate the meat! In the evening Jimena took me to buy phone and sim - got super old school Nokia phone, then dropped her mum off and went for a nice dinner with nachos family - I was stuffed from late lunch so just had a roll bit of red wine and then a huge dessert - kind of meringue ...
... back to our room to grab our stuff and check out. I was staying in this hotel, but figured I'd be moved to a room with one bed. After gathering everything, I went to check out and check back in and was told I could just stay in that room. Well, all that packing and hauling for nothing! Back up to my room I went!
I decided to spend the day in the park we didn't make it to the day before. I chose to walk because I knew there was a picture I wanted ...
... was no sign of them leaving. All the while a few million children in the poorest regions of Mexico were without classes to go to. I was not impressed that they were ruining my picture opportunities ;)
Mexico City has to be one of my favourite to date. I loved the buzz and atmosphere. It has everything you can think of shopping (YES I did shop and shop and shop awwwwwww) bars restaurants, street food, parks, museums - everything and not even a hint of dodge as you ...
... go out. So we missed out again. We still had an hour to kill in which we looked around a library and walked down one of the main streets taking photos of the statues and monuments along the way. Soon enough it was 6pm our arranged pick up time and to our surprise Julio was yelling to us from a car just near our pick up area. He took us back to the hotel and we chilled out in our room for a bit, had a meal downstairs, then watched a few movies until we fell ...
... artifacts from all the most important Mexican civilisations, the main piece being the Aztec calendar stone.
After the museum we made our way to the Castle of Chapultepec, Mexico's only castle, which is situated at the top of a hill. The castle was originally the headquarters of the military and endured a battle in 1847 against a North American invasion. Over time it became the presidential residence, but now it is a museum and tourist attraction. It is in ...