City Express Reforma El Angel
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... Mexican independence, every year on September 15th at midnight, the president of Mexico rings a bell from the central balcony of the National Palace and shouts: "Viva Mexico!" The crowd gathered in the Zocalo responds: "Viva!"
You may enter the building to see the murals that Diego Rivera painted between 1929 and 1952. These colorful murals show Mexican history from pre-hispanic times to the workers' movement of the 1930's, unfortunately for us, it was closed ...
... but it was nice by the time I arrived at the castle. Once there, I was pleasantly surprised and super excited to come across two murals as I entered the castle. They are just so amazing to me! After taking those in I made my way through the museum. It had a little bit of ancient Mexican history, but focused on more modern history. I enjoy that more since I studied it last summer. The last room I visited in the first section of the castle was yet another ...
... we did manage to find a roving cab to get us home and exhausted, we collapsed into bed at about 4.30am. Getting too old for this sort of stuff!
We left for Mexico Monday evening and flights worked well; overnight to Miami (our second visit to this airport this holiday and we will go there another two times before we head home!) and then on to Mexico City on Tuesday morning. We gained and then lost a few hours so by the time we ...
... doctors and dancers and Tatjana got interviewed by a mexican school class. Close to this we went to a big compartment store with, Sears, with nine stories.We have been to Frida Kahlos blue house in the south of the city where we bought a fresh coconut from a street vendor. It taste very different to what you buy in the shops at home.A lot of things here are different from home. There are a lot of poor people. People always tries to sell you things or beg on the street ...
... on a ruin in the middle of town called Templo Mayor. So I decided to go in nd have a look. It was very interesting. It was built by the Mayan ruler However when the Spanish came they ordered it to be destroyed. I was able to hire an audio tape in English which explained each part within the ruin. Where the sacrifices took place etc. Then I visited the museum which had a lot of Mayan sculptures etc. which were excavated from the ruin. It was all very ...