- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Drycleaning onsite
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... and the bar opposite is pumping out techno salsa mixed with a bit of Mariachi Band thrown in oh and yes there is a traditional barrel organ playing too - a complete cacophony! We have also acquainted ourselves with more traditional Mexican food, not the Tex-Mex we all know in Europe & USA. We now know the difference between Sopes & Pastor and even found out what that green vegetable was at breakfast - Nopales, cooked Cactus - I kid you not. We are really glad that we came so ...
Day 3 in Mexico City and there is so much to write. I haven't had the opportunity to devote some solid time to writing so hopefully I can remember all of the great memories that I have already made. The flight from Calgary to Houston was pretty unremarkable. I had a window seat and sat next to a couple. I watched the movie Tammy although when I found it it was already maybe a quarter of the way through. That movie is FUNNY!! I didn't really expect it to be which is ...
... Frida Khalo was born and lived, and is the site of the Casa Azul (Blue House) which is a museum showcasing some of her works. The trip back to the hotel was longer than expected - probably due to the rain. It was peeing down on the motorway, but traffic (lots of it) moved very well. There were giant TV screens set up in the plazas for the Mexico vs Croatia football game. Mexico won 3 to 1. And then the party ...
... and bread, with extra cheese for every meal – that will do it ;-) YUM YUM.
All around the city were many many markets. You can buy or find anything you like there – enough markets to cater for 20m people that’s for sure. We saw a wedding dress market the size of a whole block! Also strange things like shampoo, conditioner and moisturiser for sale out of barrels – you just order in ...
Today we were going to Frida Kahlo's blue house, a museum in the suburb of Coyoacan dedicated to Frida Kahlo and her husband Diego Rivera, with all their art, her clothing, sculptures and quotes. The house is still set up as they lived in it back in the 1940s. Instead of wasting money on taxis, today we had a crack at using the subway, I knew we had to get to Coyoacan station, so I downloaded the metro train lines map and navigated the way from our ...