Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... cameo appearances. There was some gory violence depicted. At first floor level, the walls of one whole side of the quad are occupied by Rivera murals, mostly focussed on the pre-hispanic Mexican people. You get the impression that Rivera was a real admirer of these civilisations and, moreover, an incredibly proud mexican. Our next stop was the old parliament. Very smart, it is a classy arrangement in a crescent. Oddly, it is watched over by a masonic eye on the ceiling. A ...
I left Mexico City at 7:25 PM with LAN airlines (a much better airline BTW). I was able to locate my luggage in lost and found, not without the help of my friends from Santiago, who kept calling and asking Aeromexico where my luggage was. Because to me, they ...
... familiar with all her paintings, those portraits that so captivate the viewer. But she struggled on many levels. Her husband was constantly unfaithful, she had several ailments since her childhood, leaving one foot shorter than the other. Eventually she was paralyzed. But through all this, she loved life, and needed to surround herself with beautiful things. Her garden was lovingly arranged, fresh flowers in her room and studio everyday. She dealt ...
... through scheduling one of the interviews. We finished off our academic work with an hour long presentation about our findings to the class on Thursday and made our way to Oaxaca Friday morning! This past weekend has been by far the most relaxing we've had in Mexico, and we all took full advantage of it! I saw a sunset and sunrise from a mountain-top, went to mass at the cathedral, and best of all- SLEPT! While Oaxaca was great, I am glad to be home with my ...
... Soon, we saw they had copped two young men, who they placed in the back of an open pickup truck.
We remet the Jemelies and then headed back through the Zocolo to lunch at Café de Tacuba. We were able to get a seat right away and had a delicious lunch. The restaurant dates back to 1912 and is decorated with lovely tile, stained glass, and portraits of 17th Century aristocrats. I had an interesting drink, made from jamaica (roselle). It had a very pretty red ...