The St. Regis Mexico City
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... being there the entire time. My room was pretty much a cupboard, just big enough for a double matress, but it was nice to have my own little space (and right next to the intenet router!)
So Mexico City then… well despite it having so many people, it didn’t particularly feel that busy or stressful. There had previously been riots by teachers in the centre so riot police were still based everywhere and it generally felt one of the safest places to walk ...
... privilege of being able to celebrate the Marine Corps birthday on November 10th each year as guests of fellow Marines protecting our embassies all over the world.
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... soft mini tortillas with slow cooked meat strips, vegetables, Mexican white cheese and very spicy sauce (choice of red or green)
Empanadas – Like a pasty – with filling of your choice and mole sauce (special Mexican sauce made with potato, peanuts, sugar, chocolate, cinnamon herbs and bananas)
Quesadillas – tortilla wrap with fillings of your choice and cheese
Not sure what ...
... and we even came across a few bands set up in the streets playing to crowds of people who had stopped for a look. One band was playing Beatles covers and there was an old couple dancing with each other in front of the band. We tried to have a look in a museum but it was closed, but out the front were 4 meteorites on display that had landed in mexico, it was pretty cool to see them up close, they look ...
... little child over her body. The kid runs at her mother 4 or 5 times in the same way with the same result. the pair are performing a basic acrobatic routine to entertain the cars stopped for traffic light. With moments to spare, the routine abruptly stops and the pair approch the waiting cars for payment before the light changes to green and the cars speed off. By ...
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