Holiday Inn Ciudad De Mexico Perinorte
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... afternoon/evening. We also ate “churros” which seem to be like doughnuts but in a long stick rather than a circle. I had been looking forward to trying them but had been waiting until I could find a place where they cooked them fresh…..and here was my chance! After that we just strolled around the area and eventually came back to the main plaza and found somewhere to have a beer and later somewhere to eat dinner. It was ...
... We were easy to recognise, sleep deprived, wearing crumpled clothing, looking exhausted. Why we were woken so early only to have to sit it out for another 2 hours was anyone’s guess.
At 4.30am we were advised there was no plane and we would be leaving from another gate at 7am. To say ‘**** hit the fan’ would be an understatement. A large crowd descended on the announcer, although it was all in Spanish the general gist was everyone ...
... lost again but since i was in the Zona Rosa area that seems to be full of hipsters it didn't take me long to find a helpful chap who sent me in the right direction. I decided to go and see 'Contagion' in the cinema. The movies here are mostly in English with subtitles and the cinema was SO comfy, the seats leant back!!! And it was 2 pounds!
Another fairly early night, i'm determined to beat this jet lag thing. Really enjoying Mexico City so ...
... medicinal herbs flowering in pots in the corners. Awooden unidorn hangs suspended from the ceiling, giving the place a mystical, mythical air. Pax said when Slim cleaned up the city the people of Centro shifted to the smaller maze of streets further east, the puentos (? Small street stallholders) still crowding the streets, the buildings shambolic and crumbling even quicker in the wake of the 1985 earthquake that shook the city. It’s late when we finishing ...
I forgot to mention that my meeting afterschool was how to avoid burnout, which I found interesting since I definitely needed it. We didnīt get very far because we did activities, but I am noticing I need Stephanie to translate a little less and less. And we have a rhythm going. When she sees me utterly confused, she translates, otherwise she is letting me learn.
Wednesday, all kiddos can see the video. Some are saddened. Some are ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility