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Month of May in Mexico City

May 29th 2016
HE SAID... Today we were leaving Mazunte and travelling northwest to Mexico City. We woke early, as we had to carry our packs up the steep zig-zagging path to our hotel’s restaurant (La Fragata). We arrived exhausted, as the humidity (even at 8am) was debilitating, especially when you were required to exert energy. We dropped our packs, settled at a table overlooking the Pacifi ... read more
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Mexican Flag The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst... ... read more
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28th August 2016

The Best of All Worlds
I love the way you two travel--intense with wild boat ride, heat, humidity and mozzies in one spot, and then luxurious in the most beautiful B&B in DF along with a tasting menu in the world-class restaurant. Needless-to-say, you have a future in food photography if you so desire! While I've spent lots of time in DF, I never made it out to upscale Condessa--must visit now to see the dog fountain! As an aside, I so appreciate the integrity that you show as travelers. I can imagine that others who think themselves more entitled, would have called housekeeping in the wake of the Dr Pepper episode. You give travelers a good name!
28th August 2016

Re: The Best of All Worlds
We try hard to incorporate a little taste of everything in our travels - to get as balanced a feel for a country as possible. You will love dog-centric Condesa, especially when they are all out on a Sunday. The lighting in Pujol was very romantic, but terrible for photos...so we were quite surprised that the photos worked at all :)

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