Suites Del Angel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the long trek back into the city centre. We went to the main square at Zocalo (Zo-ca-lo) and had lunch and ate some authentic Enchiladas, Andrew and I had Verde, Dany had a Mole (Mo-Lay) and Helen plumped for chicken Fajitas. In Australia we really know of one Mole being Guacamole but there are hundreds of different ones and we are looking forward to going to Dany's home city of Puebla where they are a ...
... drinks, had some time to shop, and then headed to the ruins. This city, inhabited by the Teotihuacanos, was, at it's height, THE center of civilization in the central part of Mexico. It covered a huge area and its influence reached to all parts of what is now Mexico. It's most famously known for its two massive pyramids--the Pyramid of the Moon and of the Sun. The Pyramid of the Sun is the one of the largest that exists. Period. After ...
... to char grilled corn on the cob, toasted corn bread smothered in beans, beef tongue, Tamalies, fruit covered in chilli and so much more. None of which Stu and I would have been game to order if we were alone, let alone know how to order. The best part about the street food was the giant bowls of guacamole, salsa, jalapeños, fresh lime and chilli sauce sitting there ready for you to cover your Mexican dish how ever desired. I couldn't be happier, I was in the land ...
... hours of sleep :( Oh and I should note that mannn it's hard travelling in Mexico if you don't speak Spanish because seriously no one speaks English and all our Mexican flights ken and I were not only token Asians but also the only non Spanish speaking people! But don't let this faze you cause Mexico is one of the most beautiful countries I've ever been to and we were able to get around fine albeit a few little hiccups. ...
... courts were set up with games going on. There were kids and adults alike participating. An oversized court was set up with kids practicing basketball drills. We walked past the flurry of activity to the lake ("Lagos") for the kids to go paddle boating.
After thirty minutes on the lake, we walked toward the Chapultepec Zoo. There are street vendors up and down the sidewalks blanketed in the shade of enormous trees. Katie and Caroline both got ...