Holiday Inn Ciudad de Mexico Trade Center
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... office building so missed out on going inside. Cool tiled building, got sundae from Burger King and walked to zocalo, very pretty, lovely cathedral and city hall and presidential hall. Typical the day I go is when students are protesting so lots of things closed so didn't get to go in cathedral properly. Students protesting against government on 2 October 1968 1800 students were killed in massacre. ...
... spun, spinning them as they slowly descended. The entire time one guy played some kind of flute and kept beat on a little drum. Pretty impressive, if you ask me, considering that he was being swung around a pole upside down. (That's a video of the Danza de Voladores, by the way. Sorry it's sideways.)
After that unexpected cultural experience, I headed back to the hotel the long way, wandering through the park. There were vendors out selling ...
... that our flight to Cancun was at 11am the next day. We each bought rosary beads that day at the Basilica of the Lady of Guadalupe. There was a full decade of the rosary and a prayer to St Anthony that night before bed!
Sunday, 5 January
Jen called United Airlines again but the computer status had changed to "the bag was on its way to the airport"! What airport? We had no idea!! We were reluctant to move address until the bag arrived but the flights were booked and ...
... of both the Sol and Luna pyramids. It's obvious that a lot of work has gone into restoring the place. There are about a million vendors, all out there selling their wares under the hot sun, and heaps of school kids ignoring their teachers and buying godawful whistles that can be heard from the top of the pyramids. But all in all it was probably one of the most impressive sights I've seen all trip, and I didn't even know it existed! Apparently Chichen Itza pales ...
... and we were lucky enough to catch them in full bloom with their pretty mauve flowers decorating the cityscape everywhere you looked. Unfortunately Jemma had picked up a sore throat and cough from somewhere and had been feeling a bit under the weather for a couple of days, but it didn't stop her getting out and about and enjoying the Mexican capital.
We met up with Gustavo and a couple of his friends in the afternoon for a late lunch in another part of town ...