Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City
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... don't bother!
But then again maybe that is too harsh and we weren't into the swing of Mexican RV parks; maybe in our travels in the US (and Aust) we had got used to things that worked and looked good. Last time in Mexico the poor standard hadn't struck us so forcibly, but then again we were on the tail end of 10 months through South and Central America and just having a place called an RV park was a huge step up!
Our route continued south close ...
... was alright, and he really didn’t look good (mouth and eyes half open, lying on his back). I thought that this was it, I was the last person he touched before he died. We examined him carefully and noticed that he was still breathing. We walked to the nearest food counter and let the guy know that a man had just fallen on the sidewalk. He told us not to worry, he was just really drunk! Sure enough, we turned back to look at the man again and he was up and, ...
... for the 300,000+ (Maybe a slight exaggeration but only a small one). Police of various sorts wandering around. Some local with just guns and bullet proof vests, state with the same + shotguns and federal police in full swat/riot gear including shields & assault weapons. We definitely felt safe and they were great for directions.
Day one we went the 3rd most sacred Virgin shrine in the catholic world visited by more than 16m a year. The old site of the miracle ...
... of the Cathedral was beautiful! There are 16 little chapels inside of the cathedral and in the center of the cathedral is a organ room. When standing in the cathedral it is quite obvious that it is leaning on way and this is due to the earthquake almost 30 years ago. After we left the cathedral we walked across the street to the National Palace. The National Palace is no longer used by the president except on September 16th which is ...
... After walking for half hour or so, we arrived! Unfortunately, we were back on the streets a minute later as the hostel was full. Who would of guessed we would arrive on the same weekend as the San Francisco marathon, with its thousands of international runners? Anyways, got referred to a dodgy looking hostel just down the street, San Francisco Hostel International (yes, we
believe they sort of ripped off Hostelling Internationals name a bit, but meh, not our worry).