Amy in the Zocalo with the Palacio Nacional in the background. Every city and town in Mexico has a Zocalo, or plaza in the town center with a church and government buildings surrounding it. The Palacio Nacional is where the President used to work and is still used for Presidential meetings and events.
Pedestrian only street in Centro Historico
Centro Historico, a church with La Torre Latinoamerica behind it. There is an observation deck on the 44th floor. We went up for some great views of the city.
The huge Mexican flag (toward the right of this picture) in in the Zocalo. On the left is the Catedral Metropolitana and behind the flag is the Palacio National. In the middle of the Zocalo is a giant ice skating rink, free for residents of Mexico City.
Palacio de Bellas Artes
An old building in Centro Historico covered in talavera tiles
The Angel of Independence on Reforma Avenue
Look for Amy (black jacket and waving)
The old Basilica and the new one (1987) with the green roof
Omar and his parents
Museo Nacional de Antropologia