Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City
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- Non-smoking hotel
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Hello! So yesterday was just one long, exhausting day. It was my first four-show-day, and it wasn't too bad, but it was very tiring. The first show happened, and then almost immediately we set up and performed the second show. Luckily, we got a nearly two hour break for lunch, then went back and performed two more times. The students at this school were about middle school and high school aged...and not the most well behaved. Apparently, this school is very private, ...
... great care. When the boat docked, dozens of 'official' porters (to be ‘official’, you have to wear a yellow t-shirt) streamed on to the quay, pushing wheelbarrows and carts to help them get their goods home.
Ilha Grande is obviously on the South American backpackers’ ‘must-do’ list. Hundreds of beautiful people mill the little streets, carrying surfboards and guitars, in search of a cheap meal and a ...
... of the Cathedral was beautiful! There are 16 little chapels inside of the cathedral and in the center of the cathedral is a organ room. When standing in the cathedral it is quite obvious that it is leaning on way and this is due to the earthquake almost 30 years ago. After we left the cathedral we walked across the street to the National Palace. The National Palace is no longer used by the president except on September 16th which is ...
... jobs!). We are still not really sure what was going on- but it was pretty cool to watch as they did seem a tad crazy! Following the museum we headed to the Chapultepec Castle- one of only two castles in the Americas who actually housed sovereignty. This castle is perched high on a hill- so has amazing views of the city around it. They have done a great job of enabling you to walk thorough and around the castle- enabling you to see the extravagance of some of the rooms- ...
... suggested that Teotihuacan was a multiethnic state.
Their influence was wide, and evidence can be seen in Veracruz and the Maya region.
What I found personally interesting was the fact that the architectural style are found in a number of Maya sites including Tikal (I visited in 2006), Kaminaljuyu, Copan, Becan and Oxkintok.