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... with Mexican designers' stores - interesting and unique shops. While I was very tempted with the shoes, I didn't buy anything. Casa Fusion is in a lovely area of Mexico City with many little cafes and restaurants. No massive tourist restaurants here.
The heavens opened again late this afternoon - becoming a habit.
We all went to a traditional Mexican tacos restaurant for dinner tonight. According to Gabriel, you'll never see hard shell tacos in ...
How do you properly see a big, sprawling metropolis like Mexico City in one day? Answer: You don't even try. Instead, you make up your mind to just take it easy, walk around, soak things in, and not worry about checking tourist sites off a list. And that's pretty much what we did today.
After a much-needed good night's sleep last night, I woke up this morning to sunshine streaming through my window. Such a nice contrast to getting up at home ...
We 'Hopped on and Hopped off' today on the city tour busses. There are 4 different routes and we only managed 2. The traffic makes it slow but who's hurrying. The sun got hot on the top but nice to relax and get the feel of this enormous city. There are huge monuments, galleries and churches everywhere. It's a very gracious clean city with wide boulevards and lots of walking streets. We are staying in the Zona ...
... a bit of a surprise, really old and grand buildings. Lots of nice parks, huge cathedrals and churches. It almost had a bit of a London feel to it. I was surprised by how clean and well maintained everything was. It was all high street shopping, no markets around. Then again, we saw only a very tiny park of what is a huge place. I'm definately glad we went in, as we were tempted to pass it off as just another city and give it a miss.
... bus ride, the city offered nothing more interesting than the opportunity to sit in my hotel (nope, that's not a typo!) room and enjoy some peace and quiet - every so often, it is nice to have a break from dormitories. My main reason or being in Poza Rica was so that I could get up at the crack of dawn on Monday and head to yet another ancient site - El Tajin. I knew little of the early culture in this part of Mexico (the Veracruz coast) but had heard this was an ...
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