Suites Del Angel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Barb, you asked if I tried to practice my Spanish with people and I did almost every chance I got, as long as they seemed receptive and I had the mental energy. But it was obvious that our grimfaced driver wasn't in the mood for conversing with us gringos, so we just hung on and looked at the street scenes of the city in midday. He didn't even acknowledge the tip, but at least we got to the Hampton Inn in one piece, despite ...
... the next gate" scenarios. This was at 9am, in a city where the temperature had already climbed to well over 30C, and where there was little to no climate control--it was hot. And crowded. I was feeling the effects of lack of sleep; the flight from Phoenix to Mexico City was short, but I wouldn't have slept anyway--my seatmate was a lovely musician (a classical violinist) who lives in Mexico City and was happy to share with me his words of wisdom for surviving the ...
... 4) Teotihuacan (historical Aztec pyramid site).
The tour group was really good and there was a nice mix of older and younger people on it. We had two tour guides, one was a young Mexican guy called Alan. He claimed that he loved the Irish because "you are like Mexicans; you are religious, you like to drink, and you like to fight"! (Don't think he has seen The Snatch). After the tour of the Basilica we went to a Tequila brewery for some tastings. We also had wine from ...
... at home (thank god cos that could easily have gone the other way!) She spoke excellent english and gave us the low down on what to see and do and how to get there.
After spending a night shivering in the car (cold front Mena explained - felt more like Canada than Mexico!), we set off on Wednesday to see our first pyramids. Unfortunately it was an overcast day and our first glimpse of them, they were just kinda blended into ...
... many highlights, but the one that sticks out in my mind is the tomb of one of the emperors. The tomb itself it a massive single piece of stone with space for the body carved out. The lid is made from the same piece of stone and has immaculate carvings all over it. The emperor had a funerary mask made from jade to perfectly fit his own features. We could have easily spent more time there but we were exhausted and the museum was closing.