On Saturday morning Tom and I walked from our hostel
But we took our number and found a spot to squeeze in - cozy indeed - among the crowd.
Still, inspite of all the bodies waiting for a table we didn't wait overly long for ours thanks to maitre de who ran the seating with the efficiency of a military operation and the quick, efficient wait staff who zipped through the crowds with trays of food then to and fro throughout the restaurant like a hive of busy bees. I also imagined an army of cooks toiling away back in the kitchen.
We were seated within about fifteen minutes, and the food, which arrived also without much waiting, was as good as it had been the day before,
A Nacimiento is a traditional Mexican nativity scene which typically includes a variety of human and animal figurines set in a miniature environment that can include plants, structures, and bodies of imaginary or real water.
After we'd made our purchases from the Swap-O-Rama we drove back to Claire and Miguel's place.
To be continued...