St. Isidro Corporate Housing
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... There were an estimated 20,000 students in the Zocalo closing the streets for blocks around.
Taxco is a beautiful colonial town of steep, narrow cobbled streets and even narrower laneways – and every spare metre of the streets is filled with VW Beetles of every era you can imagine. It seems like every VW in Mexico comes here to be a taxi before they die! But the town’s fame is its silver ...
... exe since that's about 80cents (you can get these in Aus for 30cents). Its a refreshing treat as the heat turns up.
We now wander into the main tourist drag - Francisco I Made. Lots of people around and we feel like we're on Oxford St back in London. We find the local park - Alameda Central and find a shady spot to chill. In the pergola in front of us are four little teeny bops practising a dance routine (one which Hinesh would not approve of his daughter doing ha ha ha). ...
... the Soumaya Art Gallery (and potentially only cultural place open in DF 365 days of the year), which is a private art collection of a very rich man, that includes pieces by Monet, Renoir, Vincent van Gogh, Dali, Diego Rivera..to name a few. The building alone is impressive and resembles the Guggenheim in Bilbao. When we got back, the family were just leaving, in time for Manuel's cousin's husband to crack out some near-perfect English to fell me about his love of ...
... de la Constitución (El Zócalo). This site has been a palace for the ruling class of Mexico since the Aztec empire, and much of the current palace's building materials are from the original one ...
... density of the population.
We learned a tremendous amount from Gibran, a native of Mexico City (and son of the owner of the tour business). Gibran told us that government owns the land and it is geographically unstable. (It is vulnerable to landslides, since Mexico City is susceptible to earthquakes from both seismic and volcanic activity.) Therefore, the hills are worthless real estate to the government and poor ...