The St. Regis Mexico City
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... if I wanted to check in my rolling suitcase because it was a full flight and there wasn't much room on the plane. Plus, he pointed out, it was really heavy (it had all my school books in it plus a gift for my Mexican family) so it'd be nice to not have to put it up in the bin and get it back down. Somewhat reluctantly and somewhat happily I agreed. Bad idea, kind of. Upon arrival in Mexico City, that suitcase wasn't there. (Seriously, I could see ...
... well priced compared to other street tourist vendors. We were picked up early at our hostel and driven all the way out to the ruins. Our guide was extremely insightful, explaining all about the ruins and how they came about. Whilst I can’t recite all that he spoke of, I can tell you in summary the following:
- The city is thought to have been built around 100 BC
- The city was completed ...
... of Mexico City, on the corner of what are now Seminario and Justo Sierra streets.The site is part of the Historic Center of Mexico City, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1987.
After the destruction of Tenochtitlan, the Templo Mayor, ...
... the city, although we spent a month here previously, we had not seen it all so we tried to walk in areas we had not been. We headed up into a street we had not been to where they had some street markets, I got a sweet pair of braces. On the walk back we looked in some shops and then headed along another street that was almost a main mall street that runs right to the zocalo, we could not believe we didn't come along this street ...
... go there but I've got to admit I really enjoyed it too, I'm not a big art buff and wasn't sure if I'd like it, but it was pretty cool. The first few rooms were all just their paintings and drawings with quotes on the walls, some paintings were unfinished, but it was nice that they had all the information in English as well as Spanish so we knew what we were looking at or reading. After the first rooms you start to get into the living areas of the ...