Villa del Tepoz Fuego
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... for it so I wanted to save her the money, she said we should go
So on we went, the panoramic view is very nice for good photos, fresh air and watching coatis eating away from the garbage bins.
Once we got to the archaeological site, a man in front of some sort of ritualistic setting caught my attention and curiosity, and it never went away for the 20 minutes we were wandering around and taking photos, so, once we sat down for a break I just kept watching and told ...
... shut, so was a good time to walk around and look at the architecture... Pretty much a day of rest for us... Had a great lunch... A chicken stirfry with onion, capsicum and cheese.., and a pork sandwich... Yum... Lots of chilli and salsa Walk some more... A few more churches... Out to dinner soon... Love to all... P.S 26,919 ...
... of their ancestors, each arch comments on the events of the year. The seeds have a coating of varnish to protect it from the birds but every year a new seed mural is made.
On the street, several women were selling triangular-shaped Itacates. We had never heard or seen these before so we bought one and shared it. It tasted a lot like corn bread with cinnamon in it. We think that these sweet breads are made in tribute to the corn god, Centeotl.
... Park. Chapultepec Park is the largest park in Latin America with nearly 1700 acres in the heart of the city. It is definitely an ecological refuge for this metropolis of 23-25 million people with its massive expanse of trees and mature plantings.
The park dates back to pre-Hispanic times when it served as a retreat for Aztec rulers. During the colonial period, the Spanish constructed Chapultepec Castle, which later became the residence of ...
... were all very delicious. I didn't get to see much of the city though I did see something that arrested me. I had gotten to see a life size statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe. It was a very amazing view to see and how old it was too. I had spent the rest of the day shopping and left to Houston in the ...