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... each, we were in the emergency exit seats, so had heaps of leg room! Unfortunately the weather in Mexico tonight isn't very nice so we had a really rough & scary landing. After arguing the fact that we had a paid reservation with the man in reception for an hour we finally got it sorted out, with wifi eventually thrown in for free also, and into our room. We went down for diner at the Mexican restaurant in the lobby which had really yummy ...
... which was originally painted for the Rockefeller family in New York. However they destroyed it due to its Anti Capitalist themes. Rivera recreated it at the Palacio de Bellas Artes. We then walked further into the Centro Historico and arrived at the Zocalo which is the main square. This is surrounded by beautiful old buildings - one of which is the Catedral Metropolitana (Cathedral). They were conducting Mass so we were able to hear the huge organ being played. ...
... a great panoramic view. We had coffee at a nearby terrace café with a view of the Bellas Artes. And then we continued through a major shopping street to the Metropolitan Cathedral where I, as always in any church or temple around the world regardless of religion, lit two candles: one for the living, and one for those in my life who have past away. We got back on the bus, and in the evening had an Italian dinner in Zona ...
... of Mexico City, on the corner of what are now Seminario and Justo Sierra streets.The site is part of the Historic Center of Mexico City, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1987.
After the destruction of Tenochtitlan, the Templo Mayor, ...
Well started this blog with great gusto and then managed to loose it all. So here goes again. Mexico City was amazing for a couple of days. People, cars, historical buildings, sculptures art, streetlife, food and of course the smog. The pics don't really tell it like it is and my photography skills aren't good. Our hostel was fantastic and right in the heart of the Centro Historico. It was eerily quiet the night we arrived. Police and military ...
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