Next stop only minutes away, the Frida Kahlo Museum, apparenlty they were friends there were pictures of them together on the walls in the museum. I opted not to pay to take photos inside thinking I might get carried away. I suspect many of her more famous paintings reisde elsewhere as well.
In the foyer at the entrance.
Again, I was surprised by the impressive garden.
I decided to take the short walk to the Coyoacan metro station. This neighborhood is less exclusive than San Angel and more bohemian and funky. I think that if I had to live in Mexico City, this is where I'd like to live...then again I have only scratched the surface of knowing this megacity.
I'm really impressed with public greenery in Mexico City--very well-kept up and vibrant. It makes me feel that Tokyo could do the same if they had the will to do it.
This is actually Alameda Central Park near Hidalgo metro station from where I walked back to the hotel.