Sheraton Santa Fe, Mexico City
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... attention. It was quite the experience!
The ruins themselves were a bit of a let down. They seemed bigger in the video I've seen who knows how many times, but it was cool to see them in person. The most famous part of these ruins is the tall statues on top of one of the pyramids. In the video that comes with the textbook there's a little joke involved and the actors get scared while standing next to the statues so I took a picture of me being ...
... Suzie are from the UK. Chris is another Yank, from Maryland.
After the the forms were dealt with, Sid gave us the lowdown, most nb of which was the night in Uruapan has been nixed due to fighting further south in the state of Michoalan. We'll now spend an extra night in MC and the other near the butterflies. The latter was affected by the weather: if cold, they will hunker together; if sunny, there is some action; if sunny and warm, they are all over ...
... the man selling tickets- that we wants two for that night to San cristobal. This went petty easily and we were told to be back by 6pm for a 7pm departure. We walked away thinking that was pretty easy for saving $150! While waiting for our bus- we headed to the museum of anthropology and history which was amazing. For those who remember high school biology- we saw copies of the skeletons on Lucy and Turka boy.They had translated the key parts of the museum into English- so we ...
... I found my way over to the Palacio de Bellas Artes and sat down for awhile to enjoy a Spanish singing group that was wowing the crowd. They were part singers and musicians, comedians and acrobats, dancers and they also spent a good part of their show flirting with the young ladies.
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... basis. Anyway, just gorgeous.
Next stop was the San Angel Plaza de San Jancito - its main historic square. Actually San Angel was a small village separated by distance from the old Mexico City or Zocale. However, like all big cities, population grew and areas that seemed far away, were eventually swallowed into the bigger city. The place has a old spanish feel with some Mexican flavour. We quickly stopped by one of the houses called Casa del Risco beside the square ...
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