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TripAdvisor Reviews Plaza Florencia Mexico City
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... t taken the Patrol out of the country back in 2011 when we crossed into the US. 'Big trouble for you Mr Moon'. Still they then let Viv 'import' the Dodge and after getting some paperwork copied and paying nearly US$370 we had our sticker and permit and we could go. The system is much more streamlined than back in 2011 (when it had been just introduced) and we were pleasantly surprised to have the money refunded when we exited Mexico a month later - something that ...
... see much. We decided to check out the Cafe de Tacuba, after which my favourite mexican music group Cafe Tacuba got its name. It was a small cafe from the outside, but very big and fancy inside! We ordered some tamarind juice and listened to a wonderful mariachi band. It was awesome! We then decided to go to a board game meetup. It was a fun challenge to learn a new (somewhat complicated) new boardgame in spanish, and play it ...
Walked to Chapultepec castle, good views of city, strange not allowed to take water bottles so I was gasping by time came out! Spoke to mum as managed to figure out free wifi and got worked up over phone as still not working. Had to cut her off as behind on schedule. Got money out then took taxi to belles artes, beautiful building. Walking round, took photo of post office building but didn't realise it ...
We had a massive day so I have split this one into 2 blogs. We ate the best breakfast so far. I had Molletes which consists of bread with re-fried beans, melted cheese and piccante/pico de gallo (spicy salsa) on. It was amazing and is up there with Roti Canai (Malaysia) as my favourite travel breakfasts. We headed out to the museum of anthropology on the metro and it's fantastic. It’s the most visited museum in Mexico and we spent ...
Today we went to the National Palace (Palacio Nacional), the Metropolitan Cathedral, and then to Xochimilco for a fun boat ride.
The National Palace has several murals painted by Diego Rivera that depict Mexico's history. The tour guide gave us a great explanation of the murals and gave us time to take photos. While I do not really care for Rivera's work and I really ...