Posada de Tampico
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... which was good, as we didn't get harassed by the people selling things. The busiest time is the weekend. The boats are all named after women and there are large numbers of them. There was one called "Andretia" which I think is close enough to Andrea! The boat we went on was called Gabriella. One the way to Xochimilco we went through Coyoacan, which is an affluent area that was settled by rich Spaniards. This is ...
... and half hours to renya sisters house who lives outside of Mexico City in which I was told she lived in the centre. Metro. Hanging twice train local vAn then taxi then car ride from renya brother In law and u was finally at my destination 28 hours after leaving dans house in Honolulu. I was met by a beautiful little boy and girl and renya sister. I proceeded to my qrlittle room and was relieved to have my passport in the sun. Beautiful breakfast of fresh fruit and chilaquiles ...
... city is and with all it has to offer, how can you not enjoy it all. I had a good evening, I was entertained, I was able to grab a bite off of the local street vendor. My day was complete. My atittude about Mexico City was changing. That is until I tried to hail down a taxi for my 5 mile/1 hour ride back to the hotel. Then it all came rushing back. I was ready for the next plane out of ...
... amp; repairing cars, making 3 visa applications and having a great goodbye party... but not many people can manage to forget their wedding dress/ suit on the sofa (& be oh so grateful that i had left the keys under the mat not posted under the door!), close their wedding list en route to the airport & try to down a bottle of moet in ...
... dancers who had huge head dresses on and creepy face paint. Then we went inside an art gallery and saw some of Diego Rivera’s murals with a tour guide who told us the story behind the picture. Then we walked down this main street and saw a public salsa class going on, mum loved watching people take part but didn’t want to herself. Then we walked back to the square and saw some people perform a live Mozart concert.
The next day though was the best ...