Fiesta Inn Centro Historico
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... Tamayo, Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros and Jose Clemente Orozco!
From here we walked to the park!
The Alameda Park is beside the Palacio de Bellas Artes, occupying an area comparable to two large city blocks. This park, the first in the city, dates from the 16th Century. Here, we found many fountains, statues and monuments interspersed with green areas and many canoodling mexicans, get a room will you, haha!
Tired from all the sightseeing ...
... this morning. Her mother, Carmen, made me breakfast (I swear, it feels like I'm at home again, except I don't know if my mom or dad would make me breakfast :P) before we set out for el Museo Nacional de Antropologia. Carmen and I caught a private taxi that took us on a (harrowing, fast-paced, holy-****-I-might-pee-myself) ride from the area where they live (Lomas de Sotelo, a kind of planned-neighbourhood in the Miguel ...
First of all, some random facts about D.F.:
- it's very dirty, rubbish is everywhere
- there is also a lot of smog, your skin gets really dark ;)
- subway is incredibly cheap - single ride costs 3 MXN (app. 0.15 EUR)
- there is music in the subway as well as policemen at every entrance
- during rush hours there are extra trains for women and children to avoid sexual harassment
- security in the supermarket carry large guns
- it's ...
... to navigate from one area of the complex to another. Now the Avenue of the Dead is full of people selling souvenirs on the side of it. The thing that I liked about the pyramids is that you can climb on them all the way to the top. I am quite surprised that no one fell off and shut it down for everyone. They seemed to me like they were higher than Chichen Itza, which is shut down. It is actually quite high and I think it is necessary ...
... 8230; The first, well its hard to explain, but in Mexico City, they have traffic police who basically use whistles intensely to tell cars when to stop and go (because a traffic light clearly doesn’t do that already?!) Along with museum standers, this has to be one of the most pointless jobs, however they all take it REALLY seriously, and their blood pressure must be through the roof! Much to my amusement some young drunk guy ran across the road, in the rain ...