There is the older, European city. This layer is in the form of architecture—engaged columns, the moldings of Mediterranean plants, the references to Venice—and moves at a very slow speed. There is Chinatown, which is defined by businesses that move at a much faster speed than the buildings they inhabit. Then there are the Mexicans. They are here in the thousands, and here to watch a match between Mexico and Ecuador. At this place and time, these type of Spanish-speaking football fans form a fleeting cultural layer.