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- Concierge desk
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... clicking away on his Nikon while I take a measly 18 shots of the day (and only kept 5). While it is hot here we are lucky to get a nice cool breeze during the day. There are lots of school excursions here and the little niños and niñas are running around. There are some tunnels built through the steps you need to climb to get through the plaza and the shorties just run through them instead of having to climb up and down like the adults. We spend 3 hours there and head back to ...
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We ended our day at the Museo Soumaya, built by Carlos Slim to house his extensive art collection. I mostly wanted to see the building, which was interesting but not all that great. I liked the basic impression, but the ties were not as reflective of the sky for a building that calls itself "cloud-shaped". We did tour the museum (as it is free). Most of the art was fine. The Rodins are good, and he has a lot ...
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It was still pitch black as the full A319 plane flight UA412 touched down at 5:50 am. It took ...
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... We all went to the hotel pool to relax.
Friday night, we went to Azul histórica for dinner in the old city. It was an open courtyard restaurant with lanterns hanging from the trees.. very mesmerizing. It was just a few blocks down from the Zocalo, the main plaza in the historic center of Mexico City. Zocalo is one of the largest city squares in the world with a cathedral, national palace and federal buildings around it.