Posada Del Tepozteco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there with me, waiting to help me with my bags. The lady that answered sounded confused and eventually came out to talk to me. Turned out that we were at, basically, a nursing home. Oh, goodness. I had Yvonne's phone number and so the kind taxi driver called her--the address I had was wrong. So, we got back in the car and drove up the street a couple more blocks to the correct house.
Yvonne is the sweetest lady. She was telling me how she ...
... bit of history - Teotihuacan means City of the Gods and was discovered by Aztec in 1906. No one knows who built Teotihuacan - fee records could be found whilst excavating. There was apparently a link between the Teotihuacan and Tikal. We first stop at Quetzalcoatl temple which was believed to be the oldest building in Teotihuacan. 270 bodies was discovered in the temple which was believed to be sacrifices. We then climbed halfway up the Moon Pyramid with ...
... and Matt had to eat 5. They didn't taste awful but it was hard to get past the fact that I was eating a cricket. I am going to miss my Spanish teacher Belit but we exchanged emails so we will keep in touch. Tomorrow we have a free day and then Saturday morning we will be on our way back to the Frozen Tundra! It's been an awesome 3 weeks but I am ready to go home to see my family and friends! ...
... for another day. When we were done shopping we got churros filled with chocolate, a Krispie Kreme Donute filled with caramel and ice cream! I ate all three of them within 20 minutes probably, but they were all so delicious!!! Our taxi ride back was quite an adventure. We got in a taxi where our driver's name was George and he spoke pretty good English. He was super excited to speak English with us and he was hilarious. The funny part of the ride was when we pulled up next to ...
Today was an absolute blast! We started off the day by going to Mexico City and touring a church. It was gorgeous and I enjoyed getting to see it and learn more about it. After the church, we got to go into a castle-like building that had Diego Rivera murals painted on the walls. The were absolutely breathtaking to look at! One thing that totally shocked me about Mexico City was how many people were walking ...