Fiesta Americana Grand Chapultepec
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... day life here. Luckily, I at least understand what they are saying; the Middle East is going to be a whole different story. But rest assured that I'm safe and not in physical danger. I spend a lot of my time at a quaint cafe across the street from our hotel reading on my kindle.
Would you like to know what I've read since being here? Great! I'll tell you because I'm going to brag on what a little bookworm I've been!
It happens every trip sooner or later. That day when everything goes wrong. Ok, to be fair, no one was in any grave danger or suffered bodily harm- but it just seemed like everything we tried to do had other ideas. We had hoped to meet up with the grandma of two of our students who had traveled quite a ways to the city where we were and our times/directions/meeting place got mixed up and that didn't happen. Fail. Then I was pretty excited to go to mass in ...
... men in the world houses his own private art collection here and allows the public wander through the 8 floors of piece after piece for free.
We also took a trip out to Estadio Azteca the worlds 2nd largest footbal stadium - it wasnt the best staadium tour weve done but it was interesting all the same
We went up Torre Latino to the 38th floor to take in a night time view of the city - It was so worth the view but we had a badly thought out plan - had we gone ...
... around but it was dark and now it was party time. The restaurant we had dinned in earlier and the others around it had turned into night clubs. We looked up into the clubs where dance music and colored lights where spewing out into the night sky and you could see lots of men dancing in the windows. We got our food and and went back to the hotel, I felt like I could have stayed out and partied but maybe on another night. After a movie we fell ...
... evening got even more stereotypically Mexican when a mariachi band turned up and started parading around the dining room playing from table to table. They were in traditional dress and were accompanied by a man in a giant sombrero who let us have photos taken in his hat. Gustavo called the band over to our table and had them play one of his favourite songs 'Cielo Rojo' (Red Sky) for us. It was a wonderful first evening in Mexico City and a great introduction to ...