Plaza Bajio Inn
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... you could say the Mexican version of Marmite and Earl Grey), but they wouldn't have it that I wasn't going to burn someone's eyes out with my hot chilli sauce and Tony had various 'boaty bits' that they couldn't quite grasp how, or what, so we had to put our Mexican sink (designed with cactus and a Mexican in sombrero and goats theme) in te hold but assured they would take good care of it. The flight to Mexico City only took 1 1/2 hours and for some reason we had ...
... horses. The odds a clearly stacked in the matadors favour here. An interesting evening but a brutal sport and Kerrie was shocked to learn that they do kill the bull.
The second day we visited some different ruins and cathedrals around Mexico City. Mexico City was infact built on a lake therefore many of the old heavy buildings foundations are poor and the buildings have sunk. The cathedral we visited, the ...
... main "Sun" pyramid is massive. The length of each side of its base is about 250m and standing about 70m tall, its as big as many of the Egyptian pyramids. More impressive is that they had no metallic tools to build the structure. How in the hell do these people living 200 years AD build these things?? Climbing these pyramids isn't difficult but it also isn't easy. With the high altitude, I was breathing really heavily after every climb ...
... the ladies getting ready for work and doing their makeup. The one lady was even curling her eyelashes on the train the old-fashioned way.... With a spoon!!!!! We eventually got to the north terminal and found our bus and headed to the ruins. The ruins were huge and we managed to cover most of them before the tour buses came in. The ruins are built in a long narrow stretch that covers about 2kms and has two huge pyramids on them. The temple of the moon and the ...
... bougainvilla. People hang out at the gardens in front of the church.
I wanted to stay longer but it's nearly 2PM and I still have to see the anthropology museum.
I took a cab instead of taking the Metro. Cost me M$130.
I just grabbed some street food at the park in front of the museum. I had a vegetarian 'hamburger' mexican style: avocado, onions, tomatoes and three types of cheeses in a ...
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