Holiday Inn Plaza Dali Mexico City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and breakfast called Cerrada de Varsovia. In the morning we left to go to our flight.
At Cerrada de Varsovia we paid 18.90 per person for one night.
All together our flight costed $1,259.31.
Our friend Fran picked us up early in the morning at the airport after two layovers and 26 hours of travel. Mexico City is ENORMOUS! It's the third biggest in the world in terms of area, so we were never able to see the city limits. They also have giant flags all over town that I am pretty sure could completely crush numerous cars if detached from their flagpoles. Fran lives in a beautiful house with his dad, step mom, step sister, and a german shephard, "Hans". Hans gets ...
... though it was (in my opinion) harder than taking a test, I feel very accomplished. I mean how many people can say they've written a song in spanish?! I also got to play around with some song editing software that I never would have used had we not been assigned this project. So despite the inevitable stage fright I will get tomorrow, I consider it a great learning experience!
Last time I believe I left y'all off right after Frida's house. The Sunday ...
After Belles Artes, we walked through a delightful park, where children were playing in the fountains, to the Diego Rivera Mural Museum. There, we were treated to "Dreams of an Afternoon along the Alameda" – it was fun to look at the diagram to see who was depicted where, then go up close to the mural to see how they were painted. Maximilian did not look as much like a Hapsburg idiot as I would have thought.
From here, we left the old district and began ...
... one attraction inside the cathedral being the pendulum hanging from the center dome. It was a good several metres out of plumb. The cathedral is slowly sinking.
I knew ...