A day in the life en el Centro

Me la he pasado tomando fotos en el Zócalo. Este lugar es muy fotogénico. It’s great for people watching, etc. etc.

Cool dogs. (These pooches have it made. Some dogs aren't so lucky.)

A day's work. Churros El Moro. 11 am.

Service with a smile. Churros El Moro.

Mid-day snack combo: 4 churros, 1 hot chocolate. 58 pesos. It's meant to share, of course.

3 Amigos.

Tomando el sol. Waiting by the sunlight.

On the street towards the Casino Español.

Todos caminan en esta ciudad.

Hora de comer. Lunchtime around 2pm. This place must be good. "Tacos de Canasta Especiales" had a looong line. 4 pesos x taco!

El pan en México es sagrado. The bread here is something else! Here's a special delivery.

Street view to La Torre Latinoamericana, the tallest building en el Centro Histórico. Mid afternoon before the evening rush hour.

Fellow photographer. Everybody tells me to not look like a tourist and try to blend in. But I guess the camera gives us away.

4 thoughts on “A day in the life en el Centro

  1. Padrisimas fotos Christy! Chack your e-mail because I’ll have there a picture request now that you are in Mexico…. 🙂

    Eu

    • Cristy,

      Estan muy padres las fotos desde el Df… se ve que estas disfrutando mucho el viaje… Ademas que es una epoca tan bonita para estar con la family….

      un abrazo

  2. me antojaste los churros y el café con leche del Moro, están buenísimos!
    they are my favorite favorite churros of all time.

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