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The first movie on the bus ride back was a Pixar animation called “Rio.” I paid no attention to it until I heard the word “Minnesota.” Apparently the main character, a little parrot, accidentally ended up in the frozen North. I felt like announcing to the bus that I was from Minnesota. After all, what were the odds that a …
I had successfully traveled to Mexico City, a place, according to just about everyone I had spoken to, where I was likely to be pick-pocketed, robbed, raped, kidnapped, murdered, and caught in a shoot-out between rival drug gangs, not necessarily in that order.
The wife of one of my co-workers travels to Mexico City regularly for business …
We had 5 days in Mexico City and they flew past all too fast. What an awesome city, again so old, so much history and amazing architecture and friendly people. Next to no one speaks English so I definitely got to use my Spanish here. When we arrived at our hotel it was a hole somewhere that we really didn't want to be staying so despite having paid …
Mexico City is a huge city of 12M. It's fun, edgy, vibrant and a fascinating mix of old and new. There's so much to see and do and it seems so civilised and beautiful after the craziness of Caracas. I have visited Mexico City once before but it's one of those cities like London or New York, where there are so many new and old treasures waiting to …
Acclaimed as the most important female artist in Latin America, Frida Kahlo overcame terrible personal suffering and disability. She suffered from polio as a child and then at 18 a horrific bus accident caused infertility, constant pain and spinal issues. Confined to bed, she painted in bed, with a mirror above her inspiring many self portraits. …
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After checking in to a dodgy hotel we decided to move here, what a great idea. Very comfertable and great location right near the zocalo. Includes fridge, tea and coffee facilities (although you have to pay for tea and coffee or bring your own), TV, gym, restaurant. Would stay here again
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