Pranav still used to sleep for an hour or so in the morning (~8 am). We used that window to drive to LAX from Irvine. Our flight was booked around his afternoon nap time and that worked out well. He slept (well, like a baby) throughout the flight. The taxi ride from the airport to our hotel was short. Pranav was still on Gerber food and Enfamil. We carried enough of both to last the entire trip. All we needed to buy there was mineral water.
We roamed around the Historic Centre. Pranav was still used to sleeping in stroller and when he was awake, he was happy to just watch the world pass by. We had all his food stashed underneath this stroller. The only issue we faced was that some of the buildings were not wheel-chair friendly. When the stairs were short, we carried the stroller up and down them and when they were long (like in the city museum), we took turns to see the upper floors. The footpaths/sidewalks were wide enough to fit in a giant size stroller and were OK apart from being a bit bumpy. We ducked into a restaurant when Pranav had is afternoon nap and spent the late afternoon at the Hotel. In the evening we took a stroll and checked out a couple of nearby churches.
We spent most of the morning at the Cabanas to see Orozco's paintings. The building had a wide square devoid of traffic in its front for us to feed Pranav and put him to sleep as needed. We took a short taxi ride to check out the modern art museum in the afternoon
We flew back home. We again took the flight around Pranav's sleeping time and that worked out well. All in all an incident free trip.