Royal Zona Rosa Hotel
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... packed with people and there were moments when I struggled to see water between the masses of boats. I was so glad to have finally made it!
Walking back to the train station I decided to cram in a trip to Coyoacan and thanked the stars for Mexico's excellent metro system. Although I'd visited this area before it felt completely unfamiliar to me and I had to keep asking directions before finally popping out into a throng of markets and tourists. I got a coffee at the famous ...
We are still here awaiting the arrival of a new citizen to Mexico! We are still enjoying city life but not traveling much due to the approaching due date for our newest family member.
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... part of the building. The central door leads to the main patio which is surrounded by Baroquearches. Only the balustrade of this area has been remodeled, conserving themurals by Diego Rivera ...
... for a while.
For example we went to an area called Coyoacan, which is the Bohemian central of Mexico city (hippy skirts everywhere, yay!!!)
We also went to visit a house/museum from 2 famous artists Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo (great artists but very messed up).
Monday was the day chosen to visit the historical downtown area...well, it turns out Monday is the only day of the week when all the expositions and sites are closed!! Duh! :-(
And last but not ...
... over pretty quickly.
The next morning, Wayne decided on a lie in whilst Craig and I went for breakfast. On our return to pick Wayne up, the other Mexican guy in our dorm decided to show us all of his shopping purchases. He'd picked up a few Mexican masks, which apparently he'd donned not long ago and decided to wake Wayne up whilst wearing it, scaring him out of his wits.
We decided to try again for ...