I'd been working on another chica that I've known for two years, hoping to see her on Sunday. I couldn't get a straight answer out of her for two weeks, and after I got back from lunch I sent her a message asking if we were going to see each other or if I should make other plans. Not the best move, and she ended up blocking me. But I didn't really care, as I needed her to #### or get off the pot so I could move on down the list. But this was at 3pm and didn't leave me much time to set something else up, and as it happened it fell through with the other two chicas I was hoping to get together with. It seems both of them thought I was staying for more time.
In the end it might have been good that I didn't work things out, because around 7pm I decided to check the AA app regarding my 8am flight home the next morning, and low and behold there was no flight. Nothing on the app. I logged onto the website and searched my record locator, and it did not exist. I called the reservations number and the automated system scheduled a call back between 3-4 hours. So much for my evening. They called back around 10:30pm and found that the system had automatically cancelled my return based on the cancellation on the way down to CDMX. My 8am flight was now booked, and she was able to get me on the 6am flight. I got off the phone at 11pm, went to bed, and got up at 2am to be at the airport by 3am.
So by the time it was over, my 3-day visit to Mexico City really ended up being about a day and a half. I got lucky, and also ate some amazing food. But in the end probably not worth the (hassle, stress, money) trip.