|Mexico City 20. Nov 2001
Karl Erik Andersen
Leaving the snow at home in Norway, I made a 12 hour flight Amsterdam-Mexico.
We flew over Greenland, Hudson Bay and down through the US Mid-West.
The airport taxis are not allowed to stop too long, so they make a 7-minute round and come back,
while officials blow whistles and move them along. I went for three such rounds
while we were waiting for another person,but we never found her.
Tuesday was a holiday, with some avenues closed off to make room for the parade. They had floats with representatives of various sports. The Internet cafe was closed, too, so I had to wait one more day for access. But at least I took some pictures.
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|My slushy driveway||the 747||Big bottle|
|Architecture||Steel logo||Escape Ciber Cafe|
|General Alvaro Obregon||near Hidalgo||The parade starts|