Hotel Del Angel
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... in the street below the restaurant.
After lunch we step across the busy boulevard to Palacio de Bellas Artes. Just the imposing façade of Art Nouveau and Neoclassical architectural design puts you in state of awe. Unfortunately we picked a day to visit when the Palacio was closed. We wandered around for a few minutes viewing the opulence of the lobby and staircases. Sitting on the staircase, a bit defeated ...
... to do that to a person...not the heat so much as the people and all the things to do and see!--while waiting for Vanessa to arrive home, which she did quite late, owing to traffic.
Still, we had a full night ahead of us, it being our last one together. We caught a cab and headed into Polanco to the grocery store where I picked up the last of the things I needed to bring back with me: ...
... of the city. Unlike Atlanta, there is a TON of foot traffic in Mexico City (which I LOVE), so we were not alone on our trek to school! After a brief introduction to the city and history of Mexico, we walked to El Museo de de la Antropología, where we experienced a little Mexican history through individual exploration of the museum and a guided tour. A few minutes before the tour, we ...
... is the real Mexico.
A short drive took us to the turn off for the Sanctuario Sierra Chincua at 0936. Jim told Sid he was staying behind. This particular reserve has had alot of government money poured into it. There are stalls for souvenirs and restaurants, all nicely laid out.
Off we set for the roughly 3k walk. Chatted with Cathy about travel. She's done some volunteer stuff in Haiti through an American university. She seems to be looking for something 'more' ...
... then took the train back. The return trip was very, very crowded, and we were all hyper-claustrophobic upon arrival. We had actually planned to visit the Bazaar del Sabado, but it was difficult to opt to stay on the train for that much longer. Plus, we all wanted to rest before dinner tonight, so we decided to return to the flat for a rest. Paul and I went out for coffee for all.
In the ...