Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City
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... right hand side of the church. Built from 1749 to 1760 and still in use today. It's style is from the Baroque period.
Out on the Plaza de la Constitucion was an Aztec celebration in full swing. Complete with music, singing, praying, costumes and of course the dancing. At least 200 Aztec dancers were joined together to commemorate some important date on the Aztec ...
... noticed the confusion and came over who spoke good English and informed us they were asking if we want soup, "no gracias" we said and immediately felt better that there was a waiter who could help us. Our meals were ok, and after finishing our margarita we were both a little tipsy. We retired back to our room and watched some movies and did more planning. Tomorrow night we fly out of Mexico to Philadelphia at 1.30am, I'm hoping I can find a sports bar at the airport to watch the NBA ...
... considering some of the so called taxis we had seen upon arrival. They gave us a bit of a lesson about public transport in Mexico and how you could never flag down a taxi off the street. One of the americans was married to a Chinese lady and his 6 year old could speak 3 languages- English, Chinese and Spanish. It has been so amazing meeting people that can speak so many languages, especially a six year old! They were lovely guys and made sure we got in a legitimate taxi when ...
Today can only be considered a half-day. We woke up at two in the afternoon after having a blast at Mariana and Matias's wedding. After a late and groggy start to the day we finally managed to make it to the incredible museum of anthropology. The museum is huge and its inner square is one of the most impressive of its kind. We had little time so we only visited the sections on the Aztecs and Mayas but it was worth ...
... and the historic heart of the capital (and I do mean the beating heart + the templo mayor where the Aztecs regularly practiced human sacrifice is just around the corner) The Zocalo by the way is dominated at the mo by an ice skating rink and a huge christmas tree sponsored by pepsi along with some rather incongruous fake snow and christmas accompliments + not quite sure what your average mexican makes of a reindeer! Weve enjoyed a couple of lonely planet ...
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