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... products they sell. For example, there were several military uniform shops next door to each other. Martin says that this happens in many areas in the city. Strolling back to the Zócalo past two mighty, domed churches, we sat crosslegged on the pavement, in the shade of a tree in front of the cathedral, and ate our lunch. A young man was playing clarinet nearby. Next, we walked around the corner to look over the ruins of the Templo Mayor from behind the railings. We ...
... going anywhere anytime soon... My attempt to try to explain to immigration officer that I do not wish to immigrate to Mexico and just would love to jet and try to catch my next flight that was now about 20 minutes from leaving and possibly already closing the doors, angered him... He made me go back in line and fill out the immigration form. I filled it out, some passengers felt my pain and let me go in front of the line. I came back with form filled out but he said ...
... by running next to the car, going over 35 mph. Their home is in one of the nicest neighborhoods in Mexico City. The neighboring houses include a castle that was brought over from Germany and re-assembled, the owner of General Electric, and dozens of luxury cars. We were in an Alfa Romeo for the week. Fran also has a bodyguard who is ex-police and ex-military. He followed us around for almost all of our stay, staying an indiscreet 20-30 feet behind us. Don't mess ...
... yoga class that has been keeping me feeling great throughout this pregnancy. It has also been a huge boost to my Spanish communication skills as keeping up a conversation with a room full of native speaking pregnant women is the ultimate way to learn a language.
... enjoyed this visit more than the visit to the Temple Mayor, partially because it was less crowded, partially because we got to be in amongst the pyramids, rather than on a boardwalk, and partly because we were there at the golden hour. I’m not sure I learned much, although there were signs that described the different areas and buildings.
As we left the ruins, the church of Santiago was open for visitations. The windows are beautiful – made from blue glass and ...