Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... much every day thereafter. That night I was back up at the rooftop bar, and when the clock struck midnight it was a very momentous occasion for me. 1000 days of travelling, or more precisely 1000 days since I left Wales on the 5th October 2010. ...
... and later she took us to show her apartment. Well actually just the front door, she forgot the keys inside. She had to wait for a roommate to open the apartment. Still we managed to lift together the city's tallest building called Latinoamericano, where is view platform on top floor. Pretty decent view, in the far distance we could see even Popokatepelt -active volcano. Next day we went with Reyna to Teotihuacán, aztecs pyramids located 50 kms away from city. For us, ...
... 2 for our flight to Mexico City.
We were getting pretty hungry by this stage and decided to have some breakfast at Wolfgang Pucks just before 10am. We struggled finding gluten free options for Dylan. He had the breakfast special and I had a bacon breakfast pizza.
We were having issues with payment for our tour in Peru, as American Express had declined my payment to Sun Gate Tours due to ...
... the road. So we walked along and chatted with them until we reached the road where we needed to cross to catch the train (Tren Ligero). But we noticed there was a local market. The boys were looking for lunch and Rachel and I decided to check it out to see if we needed to go to Xochimilco. Naturally the food had to be sampled and we also discovered that some of what we wanted to buy could be bought there, but still decided to ...
... was whisked off to my destination in what can only be described as a small truck, a bright yellow one with big lights and shiney bumpers and whatnot. I don't know what type it was, i define cars by "the red one" or "the one with a curvey roof".
I arrived at Sarah's and was greeted warmly and handed some cinnamon tea, we're going to get on you and i, i thought. I'm not talking about myself in the third either, Sarah is a real person and not ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aeropuerto Mexico City
Other places to stay in Mexico City
Juan Salvador Agraz # 37, Mexico City | 4 star hotelfrom $151
Polanco, Mexico City | Hotelfrom $267
Napoles, Mexico City | 3 star hotelfrom $78
Zona Rosa, Mexico City | 4 star hotelfrom $133
Napoles, Mexico City | 1 star hotelfrom $104
Fernando Gonzalez Roa #8, Mexico City | Hotelfrom $50
Bolivar #57, Centro Historico, Mexico City | Hotelfrom $55
Chapultepec, Mexico City | Hotel$315 average
Carretera Toluca, S/N, Mexico City | Hotelfrom $158