Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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I have to admit, I was quite apprehensive traveling alone to a foreign country in which I didn't speak the language. Yes, Chuck assured me that most people would speak English and I would be just fine but I was still a little fearful. My weekend getaway to Mexico City ended up being an experience I'll never forget.
Luckily, Chuck was …
... deposited by the Spanish conquerors, who felt that it was a force for no good. Our last stop in the museum was a display near the entrance with a handful of spotlit statues in a darkened room. In front of the sculptures were desks with paper and pencils. The artefacts were lit in such a way that shadows emphasised their contours fantastically. We each sat drawing our own statue for over half an hour. As we made to leave the museum, an ominous wind signalled that a storm ...
Breakfast had more unusual offerings – spicy chicken casserole and hot vegies - potato with spinach and bacon. Salad in a glass. It was a warm thongs and tshirt day. We met some young guns in reception, incl Christopher, Tom Wall, Raph, Ollie O’S, Tom & Matt Hill, Charlie Burfitt, to explore the city on foot. Despite the hype around murder rates, it feels very safe here. Police and security guards are everywhere, with impressive ...
... and white tiles. The inside, too, is decorated in magnificent tiled walls. It is today the flagship Sanborns, which is a chain of boutiques and restaurants in Mexico. It was opulent and grand; there was a pianist playing everything from classical Mexican music to Dave Brubeck in the corner. I gorged myself on pozole--which is kind of like a soup but more like a stew, with chicken and pork rinds, various ...
... but you're not allowed to wear sunglasses and take notes inside ;)
The Frida Kahlo museum in calle Londres isn't free (80 MXN), but well worth the money. You can see Frida's work as well as Diego Rivera's.You can also see how both of them lived, what their kitchen looked like, etc.
Bosque de Chapultepec is a huge and very green park. The main attraction is the free zoo where you can see lots of different animals, also some pandas and aunique ...