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... able to catch up with her and meet her gorgeous daughter who has recently turned 1. We spend the evening catching up on the last 5 years, eating tacos and drinking beer.
The following day is very chilled, hanging out with Norma and her family; eating home-made pizza prepared by her talented husband and in the evening we go to watch him play American football, cheering the team on from the sidelines. The traffic in Mexico City is beyond insane and I am constantly surprised ...
... We do a little people watching. The locals spend their Sunday jogging, walking their expensive dogs, having brunch.
We walk around the 2km Avenida Amsterdam until lunch. Fancy schmancy lunch is a penne bolognese for me and a China salad for Hinesh. He wasn't too excited about his lunch. Mine was delice.
After lunch we headed towards a park and saw a Viking festival happening. People were dressed up in costume and there was a sword match on a stage. The ...
... to some of the offices of both the Federal Treasury and the National Archives.
The facade is bordered on the north and south by two towers and include three main doorways, each of which lead to ...
This was our last week in our hotel before we moved to our new home.
We explored a few new areas:
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Parque México (Parque San Martín), built in the 1920s, is a former private race track on the property of a ...
... alarm sounded all through the meeting and kept going as we were leaving...nobody seemed upset by it...I thought it was hilarious. The congregation was very warm and friendly, and apparently there are quite a few there that have been assigned by the branch to help. I don't really know what service is like but being that this is sort of an affluent area,I would assume there are many foreigners living here. I'm surprised that ...