We will be flying with Southwest Airlines.
We will be departing from Nashville (BNA) at 6:20 A.M.
Then arriving in San Antonio,TX at 8:55 A.M.
Our flight from there will depart at 11:45 A.M. to get to our final destination in
Mexico City, Mexico.
Our flight back to Nashville will depart from Mexico City at 1:55 P.M and go
back into San Antonio. We should arrive around 4:00 P.M . Then the flight
from there going back to Nashville will depart at 5:00 P.M. and arrive in
Nashville at 7:05 P.M.
We will be staying at the Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa in Mexico City.
Our stay will be from March 1st
to March 7th
We’ll be staying 6 nights and 7 days.
The room we decided to stay in is the Executive Room City View. We also
added the Marquis Rate Breakfast Internet & Spa Access.
The total cost for us to stay will be $1,944.96
Mexico Stays very humid and warm all year.
The climate in Mexico has two main seasons.
The first season is hurricane season which begins in June and lasts until
about November. Usually during this time there are many unexpected
earthquakes. These do not occur often but is normal to happen off of Mexico’s
The second season is when the weather is more cooler and calm. This time
ranges from around December to February. It is still very warm but there is not
much activity with the weather changes.
THE CULTURE OF MEXICO
- Language: Spanish
- Flag: green, white, and red with an eagle in the middle representing
- Mexico is the 14th
largest country in the world
- The main religion is Catholicism
- Music in Mexico is mainly associated with Mariachi, a folk style of music
- Independence Day is celebrated on September 16th.
- Day of the dead, a day that is to honor those who have passed, is
celebrated on November 2nd.
- In Mexico fine structure and family business is well into high value.
- A main dish in the culture is enchiladas, stuffed with chicken and topped with
sweet chile and garlic sauce.
- Staple foods of Mexican households are corn and wheat tortillas, beans, rice,
tomatoes, chili peppers, and chorizo.
- Clay pottery is very important in Mexico. Other items include: embroidered
cotton garments, wool shawls, colorful baskets and rugs with angular designs.