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... is what I have done so far:
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I finally attended this beautiful music concert. Our National Orchestra is actually very good and internationally renowned. Of course, they play in the Bellas Artes Palace. Also world famous. The experience was great! The price awesome. We got to see a first class musical performance for only 60 pesos a head. The pieces played were melodies composed in the 90's or in the ...
... tradition, with the square at the heart of the city, surrounded by buildings which represent the colonial powers: the church and the government.
The official name of this square is the 'Plaza de la Constitucion., but it's commonly called the Zocalo.
Our eyes are first drawn to the magnificent sight of the Catedral Metropolitana, so off we go to explore!
The construction and decoration of this cathedral, dedicated to the Assumption of Mary, took ...
... she actually didn't know) would know. She proceeded to ask him for me, which is what caught my attention. Turned out, I was on the wrong street so I backtracked and just ended up going home the way I came.
The rain finally came, and it was another torrential downpour. I was wetter than last time--my jeans were completely soaked top to bottom and the back of my shirt was wet. Yikes! I did, however, make my way home through the Zona Rosa ...
... very back-packy, but since the tickets were actually cheaper than a normal cinema ticket in Sweden it was fine! The salon is equipped with chairs similar to long haul business class seats and there are waiters to take your orders of drink and food before the film starts. We watched "Saving Mr. Banks" with Tom Hanks and Emma Thompsson which I personally loved as it brought back many sentimental memories from my childhood, but it was also a very entertaining and well ...
... down. We went via the Virgen de Guadalupe which is the city's major religious landmark. The old cathedral is on a great lean because it was built on a lake and the new church is very modern but so clever in its features. It has a cloak that can be viewed by a travellator which lasts for long enough to say an Ave Maria and other great stuff. Also stopped on the way to visit a co-operative which make ...