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- Continental Breakfast
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... Tamayo, Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros and Jose Clemente Orozco!
From here we walked to the park!
The Alameda Park is beside the Palacio de Bellas Artes, occupying an area comparable to two large city blocks. This park, the first in the city, dates from the 16th Century. Here, we found many fountains, statues and monuments interspersed with green areas and many canoodling mexicans, get a room will you, haha!
Tired from all the sightseeing ...
... I'd still have to walk to get a taxi was just a long driveway to the museum. That would have been a good detail to know. And, the end of the driveway fed out onto a main street of the city so there were tons of taxis going by. And so, with no worries about getting back, I headed into the little museum to check out what was there before heading to the ruins. To get to the ruins, I had to follow a path the twisted through a desert garden of sorts, and parts ...
... book all transport to and from the carnival in advance and we thought we had Mr Carlos lined up to pick us up on Sunday evening at 7pm to get us to the pick-up point in downtown Barra. This time, we were not so successful with our communications and he did not arrive to collect us until 8.30, by which time we had missed our shuttle bus to the city. Consequently, we did not get to the carnival until after 11pm and although it was, of course, ...
... doctors and dancers and Tatjana got interviewed by a mexican school class. Close to this we went to a big compartment store with, Sears, with nine stories.We have been to Frida Kahlos blue house in the south of the city where we bought a fresh coconut from a street vendor. It taste very different to what you buy in the shops at home.A lot of things here are different from home. There are a lot of poor people. People always tries to sell you things or beg on the street ...
... and then communicate with the waiter. Lunch was delicious however- so we managed to order something well! In the afternoon, we headed off to the main plaza near us, home of a beautiful Catholic Church, a pop up book fair and someone giving massages for 30 pesos ($3 NZ for 15 mins) We had great fun exploring and just wandering round absorbing some of ...