Tulip Inn Ritz Mexico
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... at one time been a women's mental hospital, which might have explained the waitresses' outfits, all in white with what looked like nurses' shoes and maybe some type of "spit shields" around their necks (do medical personnel wear these here?). The food was average, but the restaurant was huge and interesting, with the colorful decor (too many statues of saints for us, though). Had read it had become a bit of a tourist trap, ...
... absolutely hit the spot. After lunch, Vanessa and I walked her two dogs--Tosca and Wheeler--around her neighbourhood, a barrio on the up and up as a result of gentrification. It's a quiet place, but the people...my god, the people...there are so many of them! Everywhere! This city really is huge. I can't wrap my head around it. Truly.
I had a bit of a nap, which was lovely, and then I helped Vanessa's mom decorate their apartment for Vanessa's birthday ...
So we ordered a wake up call that never came, luckily the old mobile phone alarm was reliable as the taxi arrived at 4:30am and we got to airport OK. It was dark again so we still haven't seen much of greater Bridgetown.
Checking thru to Mexico, we get two boarding passes, but the bags still have to be picked up in Miami. We are worried about the tight ...
... did all the rides we wanted to do (Batman, Boomerang (best!), Superman, Joker and Tower of Tower (equivalent, can't remember the name) and quickly legged it to get back in time for the wrestling.
Lucha Libre is pretty much the Mexican equivalent of WWF. It's super over the top but quite entertaining to watch. I was amazed how much the crowd gets into it, booing and cheering in turn. The masks are kinda cool and both Steph and I were really tempted to ...
... is the most visited archaeological site in Mexico.
We had already seen some of the most important objects that were found at Teotihuacan as they are on display at the Museo Nacional de Antropologia to preserve them from the elements and it was fascinating to see where they had come from. We spent a couple of hours wandering around the site and finished by climbing the Pyramid of the Sun for a stunning 360 degree panoramic view of the area with mountains in ...