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Frog Story


Sunday, February 26, 2017

10 AM - Our meeting point will be the stairs of the National Auditorium (extreme left), with our bicycles, ready to ride these. We'll be joining the groups of cyclists who ride bikes on Paseo de la Reforma. Those desiring to jog, run, walk, we'll do so exercising departing from Alameda Park, uniting, on foot, Zócalo, Palace of Fine Arts, the Revolution Monument.

1-2 PM - We'll select in the Historic Center a nice place for lunch, to have a beer or two, get to know Hashers  


Sunday - March 5, 2017

10 AM - Our meeting point will will the stairs (extreme left),

NATIONAL AUDITORIUM, ready to board a car to visit the State of Mexico. We'll be invited to the "Eagle's Nest" to run in pristine forests. The place we'll be visiting is about 17 kms. from the auditorium. If for some reason you want to get there separate from group, take Periférico - Avenida Primero de Mayo- Carretera a Toluca via Chimalpa. Three kilometers ahead is the entrance to (ON THE RIGHT) to San José Tejamanil. Bring money for your own meal, drinks.


SUNDAY, March 12, 2017

10 AM - Punctual arrival in the

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Stairs (extreme left), National Auditorium.  

By all means, bring your 
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Bicycle or your ECOBICI membership card, joggers, walkers, runners, welcome. 

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11 AM-  We'll be arriving in Santo Domingo de Guzmán Monastery, those with bicycles, will ride these. If just a walker by hopping in the metrobus. Runners & joggers can follow us. The purpose of this visit is to say hi to Spanish sister Teresa Abad, learn about her new support programs to assist indigenous women who sell their products in this church. 

12:00 PM - We'll then proceed -riding our bicycles or via the subway to Mexico City's downtown area starting at the

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Centro Histórico is the central neighborhood in Mexico City, Mexico, focused on Zócalo or main plaza and extending in all directions for a number of blocks, with its farthest extent being west to the Alameda Central. The Zocalo is the largest plaza in Latin America. It can hold up to nearly 100,000 people. 

This section of the capital has just over nine square km and occupies 668 blocks. It contains 9,000 buildings, 1,550 of which have been declared of historical importance. Most of these historic buildings were constructed between the 16th and 20th centuries. It is divided into two zones for preservation purposes. Zone A encompasses the pre-Hispanic city and its expansion from the Viceroy period until Independence. Zone B covers the areas all other constructions to the end of the 19th century that are considered indispensable to the preservation of the area's architectural and cultural heritage.

More HERE about our attractive Mexico City (CDMX)'s Historic Center, by Wikipedia. 

3:30 PM - We'll walk to RESTAURANT CASA ROSALIAa family tradition.

Restaurant Casa Rosalía's Paella 
Casa Rosalía was established by Spanish immigrants in Mexico City's Historic Centre in 1937. It has always distinguished itself for offering the highest quality in food preparation, specially regarding Spanish food, while also introducing local elements. The paella is without a doubt Casa Rosalía's specialty: generation after generation for over 70 years, millons of mexicans have tasted the best paella in Mexico at Rosalía — a tradition that is still alive today. It is no wonder that Restaurant Casa Rosalía is known as "The Home of Paella in Mexico".

Come and visit us so you can attest what so many others have already done, and enjoy with your family and friends the best traditional Spanish food and paella right in the heart of Mexico City.

Lázaro Cárdenas # 46, Col. Centro
Del. Cuauhtémoc, México D.F.

Tels.: (+52 55) 55 12 65 19 / 55 10 22 15


Sunday,March 19, 2017

10 AM - We'll meet in front of the 

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National Auditorium, extreme left of main entrance. By all means, bring your bicycle if you have one. If you require one let us know. Walkers, joggers, runners, welcome.

10:15 AM - We'll leave National Auditorium enroute to 


Mexico's National Autonomous University (UNAM

12 PM - If best for you, we'll meet in front of 

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UNAM's Library

The university was founded on 22 September 1910 by Justo Sierra, then Minister of Education in the Porfirio Díaz regime, who sought to create a very different institution from its 19th-century precursor, the Royal and Pontifical University of Mexico, which had been founded on 21 September 1551 by a royal decree signed by Crown Prince Phillip on behalf of Charles I of Spain and brought to a definitive closure in 1865 by Maximilian I of Mexico. Instead of reviving what he saw as an anachronistic institution with strong ties to the Roman Catholic Church, he aimed to create a new university, secular in nature and national in scope, that could reorganize higher education within the country, serve as a model of positivism and encompass the ideas of the dominant Mexican liberalism.

More about UNAM, HERE by Wikipedia.

We'll end our adventure in front of the Olympic swimming pool to admire dancers who belong to UNAM's folklorico ballet.

15 HRS. - We'll leave UNAM for  

Fountain depicting the drinking coyotes that gave the town its name at the Jardín Centenario


The village, later municipality, of Coyoacan remained completely independent of Mexico City through the colonial period into the 19th century. 

In 1857, the area was incorporated into the Federal District when this district was expanded. In 1928, the borough was created when the Federal District was divided into sixteen boroughs. The urban sprawl of Mexico City reached the borough in the mid 20th century, turning farms, former lakes and forests into developed areas, but many of the former villages have kept their original layouts, plazas and narrow streets and have conserved structures built from the 16th to the early 20th centuries. This has made the borough of Coyoacan, especially its historic center, a popular place to visit on weekends.

We'll be passing by 

Viveros de Coyoacán as we proceed to downtown, for lunch.

More about Coyoacán, HERE by Wikipedia.

16 HRS. - We'll have lunch in a nice, inexpensive restaurant in Coyoacán. Dutch treat.

18 HRS. - End of event


March 26, 2017

10 AM - We'll meet in front of the stairs (extreme left) at the 

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National Auditorium, ready to travel by car to the State of Mexico. We'll go the "Eagle's Nest" to run in the forest -surrounded by pine trees. This place is located at about 17 kms. distance from the auditorium. If you want to drive your own car, we'll be taking Periférico - Avenida Primero de Mayo- Highway to Toluca via Chimalpa. About 3 kms ahead is the entrance (RIGHT TURN) to San José Tejamanil. Bring your money for your meals, drinks.


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