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... It is huge and has several museums, a zoo, and other attractions within it. We visited the Museum of National History, which is inside a castle, the zoo, and the Museum of Anthropology. After all of the walking, we treated ourselves to a fancy dinner on our last night in the city. We are both sad to say goodbye to Mexico City, I don't think you could ever run out of things to do there, but we still have plenty more of Mexico to discover! Now on to ...
... fairly emotional visit to the ludoteca. As we stood at the front of one of the classrooms, the children took turns in bringing us a goodbye letter and drawing they had done for us. Some of the children were visibly upset and it took all of Sian's control not to burst into tears. Their letters were lovely and we will definitely treasure them (we also discovered that most of the kids thought Jim was "Yin" and Sian was "Siam"). The teachers had ...
... great equipment and exercise classes. The hardship of living in a hotel for almost a month is not going to be as bad as we thought.
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... nice restaurant overlooking the main square, the president's palace and cathedral and enjoyed dinner and drinks with a few of Gustavo's friends.
Day One Hundred and Ninety Nine - Sunday 24th March 2013
Paul went off with Gustavo to join in with his weekly Sunday morning football session whilst Jemma relaxed in the apartment and uploaded photos to Facebook. The football was eight-a-side on a nearby school pitch and Paul found it hard going at first. ...
... a huge park, similar to Central Park in size- and had a lot of fun at the distorted mirrors corner and labyrinth! We also enjoyed a nice walk in San Angel, a beautiful colonial district with a handicraft market where locals like to stroll on Saturdays. We also made it to Coyacan, another pretty neighborhood of Mexico city, quite colorful and residential, where we visited the Casa Azul, Frida Khalo's house. It was very interesting to be reminded what an impressive woman this ...