La Villa Bonita Culinary Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... There are dogs everywhere roaming the streets and sleeping on the sidewalks. It makes me sad to see some that are hurt, dirty, or have burns. But they are so smart that they seem to know when it is safe to cross the roads in this crazy driving system! -The trees in boulevards are trimmed so nicely in either squares or circles and the trunks of them are painted white to keep ants away. -Houses are behind locked gates, so there are never ...
... temple El Tepozteco. It is at the top of a mountain next to the town. Those that went said it was a great experience. I did not want to risk my knee being stressed or injured on the steep climb so I bowed out. (I have two plus weeks left and want to be fit as possible for the rest of the adventure.)
I rode back with the Education group so I could get some rest and work on my Spanish homework.
... the market we headed back to the hotel, we thought we would head out for a nice meal and a drink for our last Saturday night in Mexico City. We had walked past a nice looking Italian restaurant in a shopping complex in the museum area up the road so we got dressed up and headed there for dinner. The restaurant was pretty good, we had delicious meals and some nice wine. Bobbie said her lasagna was the best she's had and she eats a lot of lasagna, I had a chicken parmy and ...
... very popular. I had guavabana (couldn't figure out what it was) and zapote (the black fruit) flavour and Yang had chocolate and coffee. Not bad - the icecream is less creamy and more sorbet like here.
To get to Polanco, we walked through Chapultepec Park and because its Sunday afternoon, the park was completely packed with a fun circus-like atmosphere. ...
... and carmalized. I added a squeeze of lime and green spicy salsa. The final stop was for carnitas tacos made from a mix of pig parts (tongue, snout, uterus, oh my!).
When I got back to the hostel in the early afternoon I just crashed and fell into a food coma. I needed the ...