San Marino Suites Hotel
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We arrived at Mexico City early in the morning and quickly tagged down a taxi. It had cost almost 60 dollars! I was outraged, but zoe handed over the money. After we rested for a few minutes we walked over to a fiebre de malta for breakfast it was a very long walk. We both had potatoes and eggs with chile. We made a special request for the tour bus …
... It was packed with people, Christmas lights were blazing, music was pumping from the ice rink, touts were spruiking, police patrolled every corner, guards scowled outside shops and a stream of cars circled the mayhem. So much activity! We retreated to the hotel for some chill time before a quiet dinner of fish on the 5th floor, James Burfitt joining us with his young sons Tommy and Francis who were so excited to have hamburgers and fries for ...
... oversees culminating in the advice "No money belt? Well just keep it in your bra or knickers!" I think mum forgets I left home at 18, been married, worked & lived in many different cities and roamed the world, but hey ho - that's parents for you! Anyway after an hour or so went back and they told me that I was now standby 'airside' which meant could go through security and was 99%25 sure of getting on. When got to the check-in desk greeted with words, "yes you're in ...
... the Mayans; and a couple of rooms for the less-developed Northern Mexican cultures. And that was just the half I was interested in seeing. It was a fantastic visit with some stunning artefacts, but obviously I can't really say any more about a day at a museum without putting you to sleep. So I shan't. Yesterday, I headed a couple of hours north of Mexico City (I was still only just about clear of the smog!) to see the old Toltec Capital - Tula. The site is famous ...
... sent it to my mu-in-law. She doesn´t know yet I´m travelling - will be a surprise for her when she receives the postcard.
My last stop for the day. The center of DF is full of contrasts. On one side is Palacio National, the seat of goverment. In the background you hear activists´ protests. Next to it is the Cathedral, the biggest one in Latin America I was told. There´s a couple of people with lots of proganda material on the ...