Kathryn and I now have six Metro rides under our belts during our first 48 hours here in Mexico City, so I thought I’d share a few observations and photos. You don’t really need a pass As tourists, we’ve done just fine without passes. The first two stations where we tried to buy passes had … Continue reading A few observations after two days riding the Metro in Mexico City
In my post from earlier today, I mentioned how getting from Parque 3 de Febrero to the Basilica of the Most Holy Sacrament was a story in itself. While in the park, we had reached a point where we weren’t excited about retracing the entire day’s steps and then continuing on in the other direction. … Continue reading Riding without tickets in Buenos Aires
When Kathryn and I were in Rome last winter, we used the public transit network extensively. The buses were most convenient for many of our trips, but we also used the Metro trains when we wanted to cover ground more quickly.
I arrived in Paris early this morning at Charles de Gaulle airport to find a temperature in the low 70’s, drizzling rain, and overcast skies. Passport control would have been a snap, but I filled out my tourist card with the point of disembarkation rather than the point of embarkation. Two of my biggest fears … Continue reading Early morning arrival at Charles de Gaulle, Paris