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... with a tent city surrounding the monument and there were thousands of police in attendance ..... but no trouble that we could see! When we came back there was another rally for Gay Rights a - huge colourful march and a few less police. Then next day - a Sunday, there was a bike rally through the centre of the city. Man, these Mexicans like voicing their issues in a loud and obvious manner!
The Palace of the Arts which is on one corner of the main ...
... the day. The entire afternoon we were walking around the center and through the park Chapultepec where we found all the people that were not on holiday! :-) The main path through the park was full of food booths where you could buy all the **** snacks to eat. Sugar candies as huge as some of the kids that were eating them.
But it was a lot of ...
... sums of money have been invested in the main cathedral to correct the lean it has developed over the years, and yet it is so prominent that it is easily visible. As a matter of fact, walking through the historic center looking up at the buildings could easily make one queasy. Another particularly beautiful building in the area is the Postal Palace. As intricate as it is on the outside, the inside is even more spectacular. And my ...
... The government of the time decided to demolish the surrounding colonial buildings and excavate the site. The Zocalo is one of the largest plaza's in the world and they had set up a big screen TV for the Mexico vs Croatia World Cup game tomorrow. One thing we have noticed is the huge police presence around the city. We lost count of the number of groups of police men and women at the main junctions. We popped in to look at the Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico a ...
... great care. When the boat docked, dozens of 'official' porters (to be ‘official’, you have to wear a yellow t-shirt) streamed on to the quay, pushing wheelbarrows and carts to help them get their goods home.
Ilha Grande is obviously on the South American backpackers’ ‘must-do’ list. Hundreds of beautiful people mill the little streets, carrying surfboards and guitars, in search of a cheap meal and a ...