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... attention. It was quite the experience!
The ruins themselves were a bit of a let down. They seemed bigger in the video I've seen who knows how many times, but it was cool to see them in person. The most famous part of these ruins is the tall statues on top of one of the pyramids. In the video that comes with the textbook there's a little joke involved and the actors get scared while standing next to the statues so I took a picture of me being ...
... Chelsea loved the Blue house which had Frida Kahlo's artwork and possessions left in the way she lived there. It was a very big house. Later after returning to the Central City Centro Disctrict we went to the La Opera Bar. A bar which is over 125 years old with very ornately carved ceilings and a mariachi band. It also had a bullet hole from a night Pancho Villa shot a hole in the roof. After this we walked through ...
... The square is the third largest in the world next to Red Square in Moscow and Tienanmen Square in China.
We then walked through the Metropolitan Cathedral which is next to the Palace. The Cathedral was very beautiful. It reminded me a bit of St. Patrick's in New York with a large center and several alters on each side.
After the groups got done there ...
Today was another long day. We got up at 3.30 to catch our shuttle to the airport. After a few small mishaps at the airport (we went to the wrong terminal as our ticket said American Airlines but it was operated by Alaska airlines which was somewhere else) we got on our flight. We are loving Mexico so far, although we are in a massive city and have been able to find someone who speaks at least a little English ...
... rooms, bed rooms, kitchen with all the things that the couple owned still set up, their furniture and belongings said a lot about their personalities and obviously being artists they liked the unusual and avant-garde. Upstairs they had their painting areas with easels and paint still on display, as well as Frida's wheel chair which she needed from having polio as a child as well as being in a bus crash early in her adult life which she was recovering from ...
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