Category Archives: Places

An afternoon stroll in Santa María la Ribera

My new neighborhood claimed it could make me many memories. I’ve been here since September and can believe it to be true, though graffiti won over the wall that had told me so in an ongoing battle between the street … Continue reading

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Somewhere, Beyond the Smog

Mexico City: smog. Mexico City: land of many buildings lumped together and on top of each other to form a massive urban sprawl. Mexico City: honking horns and piles of angry traffic. Mexico City…first impressions do not lie, but they … Continue reading

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Adios DF, Hola CDMX–a haiku

Goodbye de-efe Constitution you will have Still the capital Adiós DF Constitución tendremos Capital aún Since 1824, Mexico City had officially been named the Federal District, or Distrito Federal.  This was comparable to Washington, D.C. in some ways, as Mexico … Continue reading

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