Pedregal Palace Hotel
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... stone. Friezes on banquettes showed soldiers marching in procession. Apparently there is lots of evidence of self-sacrifice here; people would have given their own blood to the gods. Nearby, is a building focussed on death, featuring rows of stone skulls on its exterior. Inside the museum's modern buildings, we walked amongst tens of thousands of artefacts celebrating the Templo Mayor, the epicentre of a mighty city in the middle of a lake. Many offerings were found on the ...
... as any other couple would in the given situation. We then consumed 2/3 of a small bottle of finest quality organic tequila, before joining Katie and her friends in the Black Horse pub. Here we remember trying to work out how to order a dark rum and talking to many people. Then we remember not wanting to go home. Then we remember going to a goth club, and ordering a 30 peso mescal shot that was so rank, the only person that could drink it was Charlotte. Then we don't ...
Hallelujah! Halfway home!!! Sitting in Chili's in Mexico City waiting for my connection. The airport is nicer in this wing...thank goodness. Not like the last time I spent a day here. Pancakes in Chili's....who knew? Aeromexico Business Class is definitely not American Business Class. Every bone in my body aches. Yes, the seats recline all the way back, but they are ...
... fish dish is meant for one and not to be shared, hmmm but it is a pretty big fish for one person.
Last day in Mexico tomorrow and we are having a fancy schmancy date day, I can’t wait.
Day 8: its fancy schmancy day. What is this you ask? (copied from Hinesh's diary - loser can't think of her own ideas). My beloved is so loving, anyways. Fancy schmancy day is a day where we for once, are not going to look at the price and will treat ourselves to nice food.
... then took the train back. The return trip was very, very crowded, and we were all hyper-claustrophobic upon arrival. We had actually planned to visit the Bazaar del Sabado, but it was difficult to opt to stay on the train for that much longer. Plus, we all wanted to rest before dinner tonight, so we decided to return to the flat for a rest. Paul and I went out for coffee for all.
In the ...