Think Central Park without the landscaping, without the ponds, without the wooded areas and devoid of any attraction of note. It is just a large savannah around which traffic flows. Years ago, a part of the eastern side hosted horse racing events; that area now hosts carnival events in either February or March each year.
In the 1990s a part of the savannah was unceremoniously paved for no logical reason. Around Easter, kite flying enthusiasts gather to show off their created and bought kites. There are also practice football sessions occasionally. Church groups, schools and other organizations sometimes hold their mini sports events at the savannah.
It affords Hilton Hotel guests a green view, not far removed from what Hilton in Mexico city affords its guests.
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