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We had a late start and headed for the floating gardens at Xochimico (So-Chi-Me-cho). It's quite a long way on the underground and the at the end of the line of the light rail and gives you a good idea at just how big Mexico City is. Dany asked for prices and the guy wanted 350 pesos each to go on the boat for 2 hours. We decided that was too much and found another guy and after negotiations we got a 2 hour ride for ...
... of Three Cultures where you can see ancient ruins, colonial buildings, and modern buildings. After those two short stops, we headed to Teotihuacan (which I am very proud to say I can finally pronounce!). We first stopped at an educational type center where they showed us some traditional handicrafts and they explained the importance of the maguey plant. (Anyone recognize that name? It's the name of a Mexican restaurant chain in St. Louis. I ...
... of a country before embarking on a trip & second languages seem to come more naturally to him, but as per usual he patiently helped me find my own way. Leo also helped us to gain confidence by forcing us to order our meals in Spanish & amazingly (slowly) a few sentences have come together. "Hola, Mi nombre es Kara y me parece un café con leche gracias" Mexico City was a instant burst of colour, strange & wonderful culture, music and the most ...
... with her and we climbed the two main pyramids. The view from the top was amazing! That night I returned to the rooftop bar where I had some drinks with people from lots of other countries (Columbia, Brazil, USA, Australia).
On my last day in Mexico City I had breakfast with my two new roommates who happened to be from New Zealand (What are the odds) before heading to the Airport to continue the next part of my ...
... Park. Chapultepec Park is the largest park in Latin America with nearly 1700 acres in the heart of the city. It is definitely an ecological refuge for this metropolis of 23-25 million people with its massive expanse of trees and mature plantings.
The park dates back to pre-Hispanic times when it served as a retreat for Aztec rulers. During the colonial period, the Spanish constructed Chapultepec Castle, which later became the residence of ...