"Yeesh, does your residence have a Home Owners Association or anything similar that can "vote him off the island"? And I'm pretty sure flu germs can't travel through walls or windows. Seems like he's just being a prick.…"
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what a coincidence, i was just looking at your page earlier today. she isn't a weim actually. she is a blue great dane. if you saw her in person you would never think she was a weimaraner, but when she was smaller people would constantly ask me if she was a weimaraner.
Coyoacan is superb! I took a ton of photos of the houses that spread out from the park, where I shopped the flea market and bought a book on Mathias Grunewald, the only painter to dare to portray Christ as a homely man on the cross. Of course I toured Frida's blue house -- who can go to D.F. and not do that. But there are so many more things in Mexico City I have not seen -- I just missed the Tianguis del Chopo. The only way to see EVERYTHING in Mexico is to live in the city. Sigh, you lucky lady!
I love Mexico City. If I had plenty of money and lots of time left (I am 65), I would move, try to find a place to live in Colonia Roma, and spend my final days in the most vibrant city in the Western Hemisphere. Your interest in theatre is a real plus. I minored in theatre at university and have acted in several plays, including works by Shakespeare, Ibsen, Shaw, and Strindberg. I love theatre. Take care! Maybe we can meet if I make it back to D.F. anytime soon. --James (Jaime)
I love Mexico and all things Mexican. I go for a visit (from Texas) two weeks each year in October. That is a nice month there. I was in Mexico City three years ago (and down to Cuernavaca, Tepotztlan, Malinalco, &c.). I always have a great time. Mexico City has gotten a bad reputation because of the overpopulation, pollution, petty crime, &c., but I was oblivious to any of it. I had the most fun just walking around Colonia Roma. When I go back in a year or two, I may spend a whole week there, just getting to know the various colonias. Take care, --Jim