Travel Blogs from Mexico City
I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Mexico D.F. There's plenty of things to see and do, and I didn't even make it to the ruins outside the city, Teotihuacan. After ten days it was about time I left though, with Oaxaca City my next stop.
... corn starch) :-) Yeah, that didn't happen, by the time I finished the 5K in 28 min I wanted to throw up!
There were 9,000 people plus their respective cheering crowds, dogs (some included in the race), dancers in stilts, some girls dressed like trees and plants (I have no clue why) and a percussion musical group with 2 samba dancers that were wearing next to nothing. Oh yeah, after a week of sweltering heat, this was the day ...
... up in the middle of the plaza shaking like a maraca because of the cold!... Wet from hair to toe we decide it's time to go!..... Thank God for the hotel's 50% discount on Room service! Nothing better than a huge pizza, a warm shower and a comfy bed to end Mexico's independence day!
Survival tip No 45,493: QUE VIIIIIIIVA MEXICO!!!!!!!!!!!
... Park. It's like Mexico City's own Central
Park. It may even be larger; not sure. There were endless vendors all
over. I visited the free zoo. It was pretty good, but I can't
complain when it was all free. As I left the zoo it began to rain, just
as it ...
... the US illegally to find jobs, when there seems to be many jobs in their service industries. The shops, restaurants, hotels, and other businesses seem to have a relatively good traffic and buyers.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center