Mandarin Carton Hotel
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... the main stairwell and the walls of the second floor.
In the stairwell is a mural depicting the history of Mexico from 1521 to 1930 and covers an area of 450 m
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Zona Rosa is a neighborhood known for shopping, nightlife, gay community, and more recently established Korean community.
... fantastic. The 2 person boats had the pedals at your feet and a rudder to steer at the back, it only took us a few minutes to get control of speed and steering on the water, I wish I could say the same for other people out with us who seemed to not have any idea how to steer or control their boat. We only had one group on a 4 boat of younger kids run into us but they didn't do it on purpose so I wasn't worried. One lady had her 3 kids one ...
... preaching, but with the driving again! I have been pushed out of my regular driving area and further into the city. Terrifying but I have been able to overcome it with the support and good example of my fearless driver friend Brisa. When its my turn to drive, she will often say "C'm on Sam, be a Bull!!!" Now I feel like I can overcome any driving challenge and my next goal is to make it all the way to the main downtown square of the city... very exciting!
... a bit different. My tacos seemed to have a creamy sauce drowing it which is odd but i think normal here as i've seen posters later on our walks like it. Not my fave but not horrible either. Al got an assortment of meats and tortillas to put together with black bean sauces and other bits and pieces. He had fun.
Got an early flight in the morning for Cuba heading to Havana, hope we get some rest!