Hotel Del Prado
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... a roof top restaurant at the Gran Hotel which overlooked the Zocalo. For his assistance in helping us, we invited him to join us for dinner. This hotel simply took our breath away. The sangria was flowing tonight! Savoring the delicious steak meal (probably purchased at La Merced), guacamole, rice, beans...the meal presentation and taste was a culinary delight. The only disappointment was the waxy Tres Leche cake. A ...
... to end, at 10pm we headed to Chili's to eat something, and ended up talking some more...and then we caught a cab back to her place and talked even more, watching YouTube videos about cats and dogs and Irish music until our eyelids were scraping our eyeballs and it was time for bed. Neither one of us wanted the day to end, but it's 2:00am and we both need to be up early--Vanessa for work and me ...
... After the tour, we made our way home and had some homemade dinner. Seņora Silvia made us spicy chicken with avocado and rice with spices from heaven. Despite our long day, Nija and I couldn't go to sleep yet! We had a project due the next morning that we had to present to the class, so we went to bed pretty late. I guess I should have expected this though. After all, it is a study abroad trip! ...
... the girls, Suzie and Donna] were conked, soaking up some sun. Madame Butterfly, what gives? One landed on my shirt, allowing me to commune with nature. There is nothing dirty in that statement, Dave; mind out of the gutter.
With time, the monarchs came our way, allowing for some interaction. Out of the woods, Peta, came a man with a machete but no issues this time. Most people had drifted away from the viewing zone so I suggested to Sid that the group was 'butterflied ...
... had wrapped up his phone call and was doing some follow up. We made sandwiches, then it was time to leave for our sight-seeing.
Our plan today was to visit the Luis Barragan studio then the Museo Anthropologica. We walked through the Condesa, following the small, pleasant, leafy streets, often walking along the meridian. In general, we felt fine, despite the altitude, until we hit one very congested street … then it was ...