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TripAdvisor Reviews Stella Maris Mexico City
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... of outdoor cafes offering, what else, but tacos and beer. We choose El Tamptico due of the lovely aromas of al pastor lingering in the air. Great choice! So nine tacos and nine beers later, we arrive back to our hotel room eager and ready to explore this great city.
The funny story for our evening was an poor attempt to arrange for a roll away bed to be brought into our room. Somehow I ended up being ...
... get their paws on the now defunct KFC trophy.
That night we headed to the Lucho Libre, or Mexican wrestling, it was great fun and extremely athletic with all sort of moves Jimmy the superfly of early 90's WWF fame would have been proud of. We even got to meet the main man and championship belt holder, I must say he looked a little bit past it and had those saggy sort of man boobs you'd expect of a roid fiend, great night and great fun though. ...
... constantly mixing with important figures from the world of politics, art and music. Trotsky was a house guest at the Blue House whilst excited, he & Frida had an affair before Trotsky's wife insisted they move to their own house nearby. They did and it was there, a few years later that Trotsky met his ill-fated end with a blunt ice-pick. Diego & Frida's marriage was extremely tumultuous. Diego had many lovers and Frida too, with her with both men and women. They ...
... needed nap, had dinner with Seņora Silvia, and met up with some friends from class for some dancing! After returning home, we were chilling in bed and chatting when we felt yet another earthquake! This one felt stronger than the first, but it ended up being a 6.0 (while the other was a 6.4). It was a crazy end to a crazy ...
... appreciate the scale of the scene.
Why and when did this city end? No one knows yet.
Yes, it is an amazing abandoned city built by a civilisation now lost in the mists of time. I could easily imagine how the buildings were decorated with friezes and other ornate artworks.