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... The crowd celebrates by singing "Cielito Lindo" (aye yai ya yai), throwing things in the air, jumping up and down. It is a happy crowd that leaves the zocalo waving flags and smiling, proud of their boys.
We get back to the hostel to grab our map with the intention to explore the city but on the way down we see the Netherlands vs Spain game. We head back to El Cuatro20 and again manage to secure two spots at the bar. We watch the Dutch annihilate the Spaniards in a 5 - ...
We started today around 9:30am, walking from the flat to Castillo de Chatpultepec. The walk up the hill is very pleasant, and we had great views of the city. The Castillo has been a military college and the Presidential palace. The first set of rooms contain art works, mostly about the Revolution. A few galleries upstairs display artifacts from the colonial era: paintings, miniatures, snuff boxes, and the like. The other half of ...
... downtown Mexico City.
The open building was designed by Carlos Obregón Santacilia in an eclectic Art Deco and Mexican socialist realism style, over the existing ...
Paseo de la Reforma is one of the best known streets in Mexico City. It is a wide avenue that runs diagonally across Mexico City. The U.S. Embassy is also located on this street across from Zona Rosa. It is a great place to bike ride as the road is closed off to vehicles on Sundays.
... ancient city and beyond and take lots of photos, we walk around and soak up the serenity. The walk back down the pyramid is also difficult but not like the energy zapping walk up, the steps are so steep it easy to lose your balance but there is a rope running down for people to hold onto. While you walk around the ancient city there are heaps of locals trying to sell stuff to you as usual, we had no spending money so kept having to say ...
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Hotel is situated in a good location, rooms clean but a bit dark.
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