Travel Blogs from Mexico City
Die Mexikaner wollten uns fast nicht mehr ins Land lassen! Der Beamte löcherte uns in seiner fast schon aggressiven Art mit Fragen, dass wir uns zusammen nehmen mussten, um nicht zu lachen (gegrinst haben wir aber schon…). Nicht dass sie uns dann noch in die hinterste Ecke von Mexiko verfrachtet hätten…!
Unser erwarteter …
... to take us to the other side of town, and, specifically, MUMEDI - Museo Mexicano del Diseño ( the Mexican Museum of Design). MUMEDI is not closed on Monday. In actuality, we visited MUMEDI twice the two days we were there - to eat. Next the exhibition area of the museum is a really cute restaurant/cafe with a great menu. (I can't believe between us both that we don't have any photos of our food, or of the space. ...
... to a different road at Santa Maria, hitting the autopista at 1456. At 1517, we had dropped to 2,575m. Pedro has his pedal to the metal. Rte 15 became Rte 55. Loo break at 1548, buying ice cream bars for Jim and I 41 MP. The Cafe de Tacuba will be the final dinner venue. A stint on Rte A-6 brought us within striking distance of the DF.
The smog is palpable on the horizon. Per our local meteorologist, much of the area is surrounded by mountains so there is no outlet for ...
... for some beers. He offered me some work painting and actually driving the boats, which is super random but still something I might give a blast – waiting to hear back as communication has been a little slow but I could soon well be a boat driver!
It then started to chuck it down (think the first time I’d seen rain in about 2 months), and I needed to get back across town as was going to a (MESHUGAHHHHH) concert that night. Two interesting things happened on ...
... 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 ...
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Napoles, Mexico City | 1 star hotelfrom $104
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