Mexico City’s subway system is one of its great secrets. It’s cheap, safer than you might think, and can get you places much faster than traffic-clogged streets. Don't be afraid to take the metro to get where you are going!
Diana Anhalt was eight years old when her parents, who were active in many left-wing political organizations, moved the family from New York to Mexico City.This is an excerpt from her book A Gathering of Fugitives: American Political Expatriates in Mexico 1948-1965.
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Anyone who has slogged through a meal in the DF's so-called "Chinatown" (Calle Dolores in the Centro Histórico); eaten "chao mein" that tasted like mole in roma; or paid through the nose for pseudo-Szechwan in Polanco will be happy to know that there is at least one "real" Chinese restaurant in Mexico City, with Chinese people in the kitchen and dining room.