San Marino Suites Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
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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 …
... talked with our host for a while, and started watching a movie in bed. We put Jurassic Park 1 (to prepare for the one coming out this summer), dubbed in spanish (for the practice), and just so that we wouldn’t miss anything, we put on spanish subtitles. However, the subtitles did not match at all the script and it was complicated to follow. We both feel asleep within the first 15 minutes of the movie (while doing our ...
... more or less). Having stomach issues, I unfortunately wasn't able to take full advantage of the fantastic good available all throughout the city. With the absurd quantity of restaurants, it seems that the people of DF (Mexico City) eat out nearly every meal. There are restaurants that specialize in food from other states and regions of Mexico, as well as every type of international food imaginable. But beware, even the "non spicy" food ...
... early for dinner, around 6:30, so there weren't many people there. There was a live band there that wasn't exactly a Mariachi band, but they played the same music and they were good. Being one of the few people there, they asked us where we were from and let us request a song. Earlier in the day I discovered that Amy didn't know the most typical Mexican song ever, Cielito lindo, so we requested that one. Our foreign presence was noted by a group ...
... Mayor of the Aztec city of Tenochititlan. Stones from the destruction of the Aztec temple were used in the construction of the Catedral. From 1573 to 1813 sections were built until it's completion. Over the years the church has withstood flooding, fires and surprisingly enough the church was actually sinking and was added to the 100 Most Endangered Sites. Fortunately, ...