Hotel El Refugio
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... the same time, I would wish you to have one of your own. And you feeling truly happy, and moved on from me. Like I was only another chapter in your life. Another incident that had happened. And it was over. Only then, I guess, I would have the strength and courage to try to move on.
I have loved you so much, so genuinely, albeit the short time we had together. And I don't know why. What is this love that transcends across times? That no amount of time can quantify ...
... Cathedral on one side -- we went in for a peek but it was in the middle of Sunday services and jam-packed full of people, so we left. On a second side, there's the Presidential Palace, which is closed to tourism but you can see it from the outside. The third side had another palace, brightly decorated for Christmas. There were some enthusiastic costumed street performers dancing with feathered hats to the beat of drums just outside. The fourth side appears to be mostly ...
... is cheating on you"! Call me later is "call me" followed by a rolling gesture.
The same sign for "How much?" can also be used when asked - "Why is she marrying him?", to say " For the money".
if your mouth is full and the waiter brings you another dish, there is a sign for "thank you" - lifting your hand shoulder hight with the palm facing backward. I've seen someone using it when crossing ...
... 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 ...
... some sights from the van. We made a quick
stop to see their soccer, futbol, stadium which had been used for two
Wrold Cups and even the Olympics.
Eventually we arrived at
Xochimilco. Xochimilco is 50 miles of canals known as the Floating