Hotel San Sebastian
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
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... a beautiful woman and an ugly one is 3 tequilas). While the energy was rocking, with the singer belting some Mexican classics that had the place bouncing (including a song that sang the praises of a local cartel boss...yep, we're in THAT territory), Lila Downs was on the video screen above, and I kinda wished we could hear her instead. I don't think this place would go for it. Nevertheless, we enjoyed a few beers worth ...
... 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 ...
Since we had to rearrange our schedule a bit because of the cancelled flight, we decided that we would take the bus to Oaxaca in the afternoon, instead of in the morning, so that we had some time to explore the old city center of Mexico City.
We met up with our guide Vicky again and headed into the ...
Our first day was our self-designed architectural "tour". We had a sort-of route to follow, which we deviated from regularly :-) and saw some incredible buildings. Two of the most impressive were across the road from each other, one the Gothic-style Post Office, the other the Art Deco marble Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts), so completely different from each other and yet both designed by the same architect! They were wonderful to walk around, ...
... managed to order a bus ticket in spanish, we were pretty proud..
We then went to floating gardens of Xochimilico, and floated down the canals with Jose Lewis, the weather was pretty questionable so we had a boat to ourselves! We also came across a Mariache band on the canal, which was bloody brilliant (see video!). Afterwards we also saw a real-life pinata maker...which after seeing, Bea exclaimed "I'm so impressed with how Mexican Mexico is!".
In the evening ...