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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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Marta a member of Ian Morgan's homestay family years ago was an amazing host during our short stay in the DF. Despite this being our first meeting she made time to drive into the city to pick us up at the airport, take us to a late dinner for some awesome tacos and shuttle us to her apartment where we stayed for the night. The following day she picked us up and took us to Xochimilco and then back to the airport ...
... We had some great tacos in Roma at a place called Taqueria El Jarocho. They had a happy hour where we got 2X1 beers and tacos. The three of us took full advantage of this each getting 2 different tacos and sharing them. The mole Roja was a particular favourite :-) I think it only cost us £3.50 each!! Another of the days we ate at a 'cool' burger place called Kitchen 6 Gastropub, it felt like being back in England.
We got our tourist ...
... chocolate from scratch. Antigua had more English than other cities and both of us felt we could spend a lengthy period of time there. The annual "Day of the Dead" was fun to celebrate as we attended an elaborate kite festival. Transport was always an adventure in Guatemala, specifically the "chicken buses" and ...
... weren't worried, why should we have been?
Mexico won that game, but unfortunately all 3, yes 3!, goals were scored while we were in transit to Puebla. So, as exciting as the Zocalo was, we missed the big celebration of the goals and the win. BUMMER!!! I was pretty disappointed about that.
I don't know how often this last section will appear in my blogs, but enough happened in these 4 days for it to be it's own section this ...
... was much easier as there was a ticket seller. It was 10 MP for a round trip ticket, less than a dollar. The car was pretty packed, partly I suspect due to the fact the line [the green 3 line] ended at the university.
We were looking for the Viveros metro stop. We saw a Coyoacan stop and decided this must be it. Wrong again! We got back on for one more stop.
It was a 15-20M walk through a very nice park area to get to the ...