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Barbara meets her Mexico City co-host, Vanessa, a student and soccer star, at UNAM National University, the biggest university in Latin America.
Since soccer is Vanessas passion, she says by the end of the day, after some coaching, she wants Barb to try to score a goal. Barb and Vanessa tour the huge campuss concert halls and library before they find themselves at the stadium, the schools centerpiece, due to Mexicos love for the game of soccer.
Vanessa decides to show Barb the city by taking a boat ride through the canal, complete with a Mariachi band on deck! Back on land, Barb and Vanessa walk to San Angel a market and bazaar where they try on some flamenco dresses and learn a couple dance moves. Vanessa wants to teach Barb some of her favourite moves, so they head to Rapido Field, where Barb gets put through various soccer drills.
After all that exercise, Barb wants to slow down and see some of Diego Riveras artwork in his studio and at the house he shared with another famous Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo. Vanessa and Barb stop to eat some traditional Mexican food at a nearby cantina before viewing some more artwork, this time by Dolores Olmedo. The girls stop at Plaza Loreto, a mall with colonial decoration and outdoor shops, and Barb picks up a Mexico soccer jersey. To get her even more psyched up for her challenge, Vanessa shows Barb the Aztec Stadium Mexicos biggest soccer stadium. Barbara is slightly overwhelmed by its enormous size but, not to worry, this isnt the field shell be playing on.
The girls head to a field at the TEC de Monterrey Campus to meet Vanessas teammates; Barb slips on her cleats and shoots a soccer ball at a goalie in a net. SCORE! The team does a victory lap with Barb on their shoulders, then head to fiesta a party complete with traditional foods, dancing clothing and, best of all, a filled with candy!
Ufo - Mexico - March 05, 2004 Mexican Air Force Pilots Film 11 UFOS (high quality)
and1, mexico street free style DUNKS
Mexico City is a wonderful, wild and unforgettable travel adventure vacation and it comes to life in our Travel Video PostCard vacation to Mexico City.
The travel video PostCard vacation of Mexico City gets us up close and personal to the foot stomping, heart racing Mariachi singers, and the Travel Video PostCard vacation of Mexico City lets you see and hear the musicians stroll through Chapultepec Park at the end of Paseo de la Reforma avenue.
The travel video PostCard vacation of Mexico City takes us into the cityâs wonderful art galleries and introduces us to the powerful murals of artist Diego Riviera that depict the cruelty of the Spanish conquistadores. Our unique travel video PostCard vacation of Mexico City takes us to Girabaldi Square as the travel video PostCard vacation of Mexico City scans the elegant architecture of the city. Our Mexico City travel video PostCard vacation brings us up close us the mountains that ring this most Mexican of cities.
ThIs ThInG is ReALly StrANgE
iTs ReVeAl thaT If Life ExisT In otHer PLanEts
ThIs AppArance is In MeXicO
Some pictures of mexico and its culture.
Amazing footage of a white glowing object hovering over Mexico City.
En Mexico sucede esto y mas... y asi los turistas no quieren venir, pues tienen razon. En USA les avisan de esto y otras calamidades que simplemente PONEN EN PELIGRO LA VIDA.
Pictures from Mexico (sights,aztec architecture,mexico city,beautiful mexican women)
GOL DE MAXI A MEXICO EN EL MUNDIAL 2006
pretty cool video i took of a meteor in mexico