The first thing I always remember about squirrels is that they carry the plague.
Stacks of wood and an orb thing.
Just a lizard. It was just chillin’ in the middle of the city.
It’s locked up, like the man himself.
The center of the plaza, Dulcinea.
The plaza had the entire story in tiles.
They were all over every bench.
The plaza de Quixote.
Don Quixote, the Knight of Woeful Countenance.
I love the way the feathers turn purple in the sun.
Just like the bicycling in Guadalajara, but so much bigger.
Chinese on the Glass.
Wandered past some random street art.
I think this hedgehog is on fire.
I never understood modern art
No one was swimming, but then the water looked like grass.
A family playing in the park.
The old plane section of the nerd contest.
This reminds me of Sag Harbor.
Nerds love tanks.
The Diplomat said this was the anti-voting headquarters.
This building looks like it belongs in a zombie movie. It was two blocks from the really nice part of town.
The other side of the headquarters.
There are so many random monuments in the city.
I think this was a Swiss restaurant, but it’s been abandoned for a long time.
A grand and glorious pirate ship.
It feels like Silent Hill.
It looks like a face staring at me through the haze.
The view of the city from the top of our hotel. The smog was heavy, even during the rain.
I like zombies.
A dinosaur and a dragon, for the kids.
One of the worst parts of the city, children working in the street all day.
This giraffe was there at 10am, and still there at 7pm when we left the convention.