Hotel El Centenario
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... won't be ordering meatloaf anymore: it was about 45 min. 'til it got served. It was good, made with corn instead of onions, had a choice of fries or salad; salad was just iceberg lettuce with ranch and some red cabbage (but there were pine nuts on top). Cost: $3.50 Cuba Libre $3
Walked for about another hour. It's about 3:15 pm and hot out today: 86º in the shade, 99º in the sun.
So here ...
... buildings had large very detailed murals of the history of the area. They seemed very dark and it touched my heart with all the suffering these people have endured. I went to the museum and many of the large paintings were of religious people and scenes. They seemed very dark, a Spanish or religious style I suppose. I tried to understand why all the people pictured seemed to be of Spanish decent rather than Mexican decent. Their Christ ...
Long time no see, or hear??? Yes, I am sorry. Lulu and I usually send something out on our blog, but things have gotten a little hectic in laid back Mexico!! And, we seem to forget that there is more than Facebook to share our experiences. We always post on because it is just so much easier and quicker. We still like to blog. DON'T FORGET THAT THERE ARE PLENTY OF PICTURES AT THE END OF THE STORY!!
Anyway, I am STILL waiting for my surgery. We finally got ...
... Well, I had many favorites. Chi Chi who does countless voices chose "I'M STILL HERE" from "Follies" sung by the role of Carlotta (Yvonne De Carlo) and switched voices between Betty Davis and Judy Garland. A winning number. Chi Chi famous for her Judy Garland imitation sang "Over the Rainbow" wigless and acapella. Our group stayed around after the performance to meet the fabulous CHI ...
... with the thousands of fans walking towards the stadium.
There were families, kids, and groups of teenagers that were dressed in the team colors and carrying and waving flags, banners and musical instruments. We saw an entire enclave of drummers and horn players. We would later find them behind the end zone chanting and singing the entire game. There were vendors everywhere. Even food vendors, where we stopped to eat just outside the entrance. And, ...