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... was built on reclaimed land. So there is a problem with stability.
Visited the main cathedral. Viewed the palace and a couple of other edifices including the fine arts gallery were there was some protests as well as students from the dance academy organising a mass dancing exhibition.
Walked to their main park.
Then off to a special restaurant for lunch. Who should be waving to us but our friends we had met at the parade. ...
... and them, whose families all came originally from other countries. When in Mexico City you also have to go to Lucha Libre, the much beloved mexican wrestling. Its a great show and the mexicans go nuts about it. Tickets were 35 pesos each so really cheap for a great way to spend a Friday night. When it comes to food in Mexico everyone warned you to not eat street food but we did anyway and it is so awesome. Really cheap and very delicious, ...
... s called – Flat crispy bread with tomatoes, coriander, humus and Mexican white cheese on top
Tortas - Toasted sandwich with filling of your choice LOTS of salad and avocado and LOTS of melted Oxaca cheese in it
Churros – Mexican version of doughnuts – just long skinny sticks instead of round
International McDonalds Meal: McBurrito – OF COURSE!
... watching the guys cooks the tasty tacos just in front if us which was the perfect way to finish our Mexican trip! We left really amazed by this country that Gab was discovering for the first time. I was extremely impressed how Mexico City has evolved since my first visit in 2002. Back then I really couldn't do anything spontaneously with my friend Celine, we always had to plan ahead, call a cab and the family we were staying with, would not let us walk for security reasons. While ...
... Just reminded, mind you. We weren’t out in the wilderness here. From corn planted on the steep hillsides to herds of sheep tended by shepherds, signs of habitation were everywhere. Periodically we’d pass through dusty little towns. Speed bumps controlled traffic flow. Men selling bags of fried something-or-other hawked their wares from the middle of the street. Sometimes there were shrines to the Virgin Mary on the outskirts of town.
For the first ...