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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 …
Day 261 Ben woke up still full from last night's Lebanese meal. We made a couple of calls and watched the ladies final of the French Open before heading out to the market. We used Ben's Ecobici subscription very briefly on the last stretch towards Lincoln Park. This week, we made a proper list for the market, so we only bought the good stuff. At a fruit stall, we managed to get a taster of the most delicious pineapple ever. We only deviated from the list a couple of times. ...
... market. Unfortunately, the tour guide just walked us through each market without any time to stop and savor the experience. I will share the experience of what I visually experienced in those short 2 hours.
La Merced - Glad he chose to take us here first thing in the morning. This is the meat market, a large permanent structure housing Mexico Cities finest meats and seafood all on display sans any ...
... us up to go to the Xochicalco pyramids an hour outside town. The complex was ENORMOUS. And supposedly only 1/10th of it has been uncovered. You could climb the pyramids, and even go inside them to see the room where the Aztecs used to monitor the sun. Then we were off to Taxco, one of Mexico's "magic cities". It is famous for silver, and it's quaint white buildings sprawl over a mountainside. We met a 13-year old tour guide who joined us for parking, lunch (he ordered a ...
... breath. We got a little lost trying to the Barragan house, but eventually we found a very drunk man on the sidewalk who was happy to point out the house to us. We were told that it might be later before a tour in English was offered, but then the English-speaking tour leader arrived, so we were lucky enough to have a private tour in English. It was fascinating, and the guide was excellent. We didn't learn that much about Barragan himself, but ...