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... to go off from god knows where but they were not being set off by professionals from some OSHA approved site but from somewhere within the parade.
Then we wound up in the Zocalo all around the cathedral. There must have been well over a few thousand people, four bands all playing simultaneously. The bands were around the munecas, the dancers, and everyone else woven throughout. After watching and taking a short ...
... t allow any animals, others allow only dogs (animal discrimination ..... really). So eventually I learned that we could fly into Mexico on Interjet with Rosie in the cabin, but only with a health certificate from an approved vet signed within 5 days of travel, AND with a certificate from a psychiatrist saying that I cannot travel without my emotional support cat. Which is almost true. My shrink, whom I see once a year for my Zoloft prescription, was ...
... in a bar with a jukebox for an hour or two. It was sweltering outside in all fairness, so we did have an excuse. We were lucky enough to find out about a free event that was happening at 9pm. A live band were playing in the stamp museum, which ...
... good start.
To get ready for the workshop, Salvatori gave Mark a list of materials that would need to be on site when the students arrived. We dove into the list by visiting the lumber yard at the Abastos Market. I was brought along for my muscles (stop snickering). Salvatori negotiated the price of some long wooden poles. The price started at about US$11 apiece. We paid US$6 each for ninety some of them. Mark ...
... kings”, who deliver presents to children who leave their shoes out on January 6. Leah learned about this tradition during a school fundraising meeting on January 4; this was lucky for Micah and Zola, who received a couple of presents (marbles and a Star Wars light saber) in their shoes just like their Mexican classmates. We got to partake in another, related part of the “kings” tradition on the 6th – ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility