Plaza Florencia Suites
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... eating a very tasty mexican meal on a balcony over looking the main square when the protest passed by, very entertaining. We just loved the Centro, there was so many old ancient buildings mixed in amongst the new, alot of the old ones are UNISECO listed and we can easily see why. We wondered through the many streets and inside some lovely buildings including a beautiful old church. I would have loved to take more photos ...
... Its a short walk and we grab our ring three tickets for the matches tonight. The seats cost us 80 pesos each and they are the ones just before the nose bleed seats. A little old man escorts us to our seats and smiles as he asks for propina (tip). Hinesh hands over a 10 and I wonder if we had just got ripped off. But as the night progresses we notice that all the ushers do this.
We are right by the runway where all the wrestlers come down from. We are initially a ...
... turtles, frogs, crocodiles, and fish, snail shells, coral, some gold, alabaster, Mixtec figurines, ceramic urns from Veracruz, masks from what is now Guerrero state, copper rattles, decorated skulls and knives of obsidian and flint. These objects are housed in the ...
... give us a smile. We had also bumped into Gustavo on our way out for dinner last night who couldn't believe his eyes when he saw us walk down the stairs. Today we firstly went around to a bunch of salons in the area to get myself a haircut. After about the 4th salon we looked in we found one that could do it right away. A tall friendly male with glasses who spoke ok English took me in and washed my hair, he asked about our travels and told me he'd lived in Canada for a ...
... by a bus stop in a busy avenue with a board full of magazines and books, i got a sun burn! Yay!!!! (I do have to be more careful and wear sunscreen or a hat.)
There are some foreigners in the territory and even some mexicans that have been raised in the US and were deported back to Mexico, but it seems that most of our territory are mexicans who speak english and want to practice their language skills...and then the Truth reaches their heart! Hey, whatever ...