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... get past the airport traffic, let the taxi get you to the tourist area.
We stayed at Emporia Reforma, a 5 star boutique hotel, along the infamous Paseo de la Reforma. This wide avenue runs diagonally through the heart of Mexico City. Interesting enough this street was designed by a Frenchman in 1860 as a replica of the grand boulevards of Europe after the French intervention in Mexico overthrew the ...
... tell us not to trust anyone we saw down our street, thanks for that mate. As it turns out we were in a great location and pretty much in the centre of the city and walking distance to a lot of the main attractions.
So the first day we headed off for a walk around the historic centre, made up of a massive main square with a imposing old colonial buildings, and once we had managed to out run the myriad of people trying hock off fake ray bans, found ...
... her boyfriend is returning home to Oz, so we swapped details and will meet up there, which will be great. The Houston couple are brilliant! Melinda & John Ford are here with a large family group for their annual family gathering and have both travelled extensively, having lived in Latin America back in the day. Just a great couple to spend time with exchanging tips and ideas for the day, plus having me in stitches for most of the meal. Anyway after breakfast I hopped ...
... Palacio de Bellas Artes. There must have been hundreds, maybe thousands, of people waiting in line to drop off yellow flowers as a tribute. While Isai and I were vising el Mirador after dinner, thousands of yellow tissue paper butterflies blew up into the air, released from Gabo's memorial service. A last surprise to end the evening.
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... of plumb. The cathedral is slowly sinking.
Next door in the side Metropolitana Sacrarium a baptismal service was on.
Down Avienida 5 de Mayo.
In the Condesa alleyway the whole side of the Casa de ...
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