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... to relax and get ready for dinner which is at the boutique hotel Los Alcobas. This is a stunning hotel from the lobby all the way through to the minute details of each room. They are all boutique, and have wonderful designs. We enjoy a truly spectacular dinner overseen by the food and beverage manager. No one can say no to lamb!. We are treated like kings and queens and on full stomachs we head back to the Four Seasons for a night cap, talking and laughing till ...
... some of the details of the ruins and city, we had an hour to explore. We climbed both of the pyramids and enjoyed the views. What happened next, from a cultural viewpoint, was my favorite. The whole day we'd be joking about making it back before the Mexico v Brazil game--we all wanted to see it. That was not realistically going to happen. So, after the pyramids we went to lunch and Aaron said, "Normally I'd tell you to eat quickly, but today you ...
... I can’t begin to tell you all how much fun Amanda and I had at the wresting, an absolute RIOT and so worth it!
We returned home and found that the hostel was hosting a 3 DJ gig on the roof top terrace. So naturally Amanda and I made our way up there for a few drinks with the people that we'd met along the way. I thought it pertinent to wear one of my masks and make a grand entrance - something that I normally wouldn’t do - ha ha ha ha ...
... swelled a bit on the plane! Now our second day in Mexico City was definitely the highlight so far, after chatting to some backpackers that had been here a while we got the tip to go check our Chapultapec Castle and the Soumaya Museum. Chapultapec Castle was mind blowing, its a massive castle perched on a big hill overlooking a huge park and great views of Mexico City. The photos we took don't really convey the size, beauty and prestige of the place but it ...
... since the Aztec Empire.
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The Zocalo is one of the largest city squares in the world. We also saw the main buildings that border the Zocalo; the Cathedral, the National Palace, Federal District buildings, and Old Portal de Mercaderes (offices & shops).