Day 3 was Turibus day. It was an excursion planned by the Hospitality Committee, and it consisted basically of a double decker bus ride through the city to see the sites...lots and lots of historical buildings dating from Mayan times to Mexican Independence. It felt so good to be in a place full of history and culture and beauty. We were able to head back a little early that day and explore around our hotel. At the end, we located a place called Tacos Beatríz near the Plaza Zócalo who've been perfecting the art of tacos for 100 years. Funny, because I've almost perfected the art of eating them :) For about $10 we got a sampling of 8 different tacos with fresh tortillas, toppings, and beans...and of course, a range of chile sauces ranging from pleasantly piquante to omg I can't feel my mouth! Then depending on what we liked, it was all you could eat. It also had an amazing chicken and chickpea soup starter. Super fun!