Hotel & SPA Posada del Valle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Mexico City residents. Furthermore, the market is on on Sundays. Most of the buildings lining the main streets housed shops. The market itself was large and busy. Women were making tortillas at a fantastic rate, using presses and huge hot plates: squat cylindrical drums inside which a fire burned. Stumbling upon a pre-hispanic vegetarian stall, we decided that second breakfast was in order. The food was delicious and really varied. We walked towards ...
... it wasn't very highly reviewed but the photos of the building itself were so impressive we decided we had to see it for ourselves. The building is a piece of art for sure but we also found the contents really interesting too, they had Robin and Dali sculptures, paintings by Monet and Van Gough, an enormous Sophia Loren exhibit and many other interesting things... not bad for a free ...
... to let our technology get ahead of our common sense. Perhaps the best thing to be said about walking is that it doesn't much matter if you get to where you're going (if it did, you'd drive). And all good walks bring you back home, right where you started. Which reminds me of circles. Which reminds me of wheels. Which reminds me my motorcycle need its front fork seals replaced. Any good mechanics walking around out ...
... the 10th largest city in the world with a population of nearly 20 million. We took a little trip into the centre this afternoon. Our hostel wasn't far from the centre. It was so busy and smelly. I told my dad, he asked what it smelt like.. I replied "Mexicans"!! You can imagine that can't you?
I haven't even mentioned about TEQUILA! It is like forces on you haha! Some travellers we met were going to the actual town in Mexico called Tequila. It is where ...
... all cobblestone that added to the beauty of the area. A very laid back vibe. Went for coffee in an old restored Spanish building with flash gardens. Clearly a hang out for the wealthy who could have their cars valet parked, and the dress code was far beyond how Dad and I had dressed for the day (we stuck out like dogs balls) even 3 yr old kids were dressed head to toe in Ralph Lauren. Lunch was in the Bazaar, open air market where ...